Thursday, September 30, 2021

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Advance; Dollar Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Stocks under pressure as euro zone inflation hits 13-year high

[Reuters] Oil slips to $78 as sources say OPEC+ weighs further output hike

[The Hill] No deal: House delays infrastructure vote

[AP] Despite setback, Democrats try to save Biden $3.5T plan

[AP] Recovery hampered as inflation hits new highs in US, Europe

[Reuters] Factories struggling as supply constraints hit, costs rise

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Orders Top Energy Firms to Secure Supplies at All Costs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chinese Real Estate Crisis Spreads to Sweden: Evergrande Update

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Euro-Area Inflation Surges to 13-Year High With More to Come

[Reuters] 'Fed up': British gas pumps still dry, pig cull fears grow

[Reuters] Japan's business mood improves on solid demand, hopes of post-COVID recovery

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Carry Bets Declared ‘Dead’ on Strong Dollar

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Investors Brace for Worst Year in Decades on Hawkish Fed

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] The Surge in Natural Gas Prices Is Equal to a $190 Oil Shock

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil May Hit $100 This Winter and Spur Economic Crisis, BofA Says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Rally in Dollar Poses New Challenge to China Recovery

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Soaring Australia Home Prices Fuel Calls for Tighter Lending

[Reuters] China marks national day with mass air incursion near Taiwan

[Bloomberg] Inflation Gauge Hits Highest Since 1991 as Americans Spend More

[Bloomberg] El-Erian: Demand Is Not the Economy’s Problem. Supply Is.

[FT] Feeding frenzy hits new peaks as companies rush to raise funds

[FT] Federal Reserve stock trading is dangerous

[WSJ] Democrats Delay Infrastructure Vote as Talks Fail to Reach Deal

[WSJ] Powell Says Fed Faces ‘Difficult Trade-Off’ if Inflation Doesn’t Moderate

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Suffer Worst Monthly Rout Since March 2020: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] House passes government funding bill, sends it to Biden with shutdown deadline hours away

[Reuters] California muddies U.S. weekly jobless claims; labor market recovering

[Reuters] Mexico's central bank hikes rates to 4.75% on inflation concerns

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] A Bad Month for Stocks Ends With Few Signs the Drama Is Over