Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Wednesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Fall With Bonds on Inflation Worry: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasuries, Gilts Lead Global Bonds in Fretting Over Inflation

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Declines With Equities as Surging Energy Prices Risk Growth

[Reuters] U.S. private payrolls pick up in September -ADP

[AP] In budget turning point, Biden conceding smaller price tag

[Reuters] U.S. Senate Democrats plan debt-limit vote, Biden hints filibuster could go

[CNBC] As mortgage rates shoot even higher, refinance demand plummets 10%

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] New Zealand Raises Rates to Tame Inflation With More to Come

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] A Shock Default in China Has Investors Scanning Repayment Dates

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Tells Gas Importers to Bear High Cost to Fix Energy Crisis

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fuel Prices Soar Across Asia as Global Energy Crunch Deepens

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Korea Inflation Exceeds Estimate, Backing Further Rate Hike

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Energy Crisis Fans Inflation Fears for RBI, Punishes India Bonds

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hunger or Squid? The Game China’s Developers Are Really Playing

[AP] German factory orders register sharp decline in August

[AP] Tensions flare as Chinese flights near Taiwan intensify

[Reuters] Taiwan defence minister pushes new arms spending, says China tensions worst in four decades

[Bloomberg] Unrelenting Political Brinkmanship Edges U.S. Closer to Default

[Bloomberg] Gilbert: The Evidence Is Piling Up: Inflation Doesn’t Look Transient

[NYT] Why Wall Street Cheers China, Despite Growing Business Unease

[NYT] Behind the Global Appeal of ‘Squid Game,’ a Country’s Economic Unease

[WSJ] Democrats Wrangle Over How to Shrink $3.5 Trillion Proposal

[WSJ] Chinese Property Bonds Hammered by Weak September Sales and a Surprise Default

[WSJ] Builders Hunt for Alternatives to Materials in Short Supply

[WSJ] U.S. Trade Deficit Widened to Record in August as Imports Rebound

[WSJ] Climate Change Is Melting Russia’s Permafrost—and Challenging Its Oil Economy

[FT] New Zealand raises rates to rein in property prices and inflation worries

[FT] Power crunch in China and India stokes global growth anxiety

[FT] The Fed’s trading scandal undermines public trust

[FT] Apple suppliers warn that China energy disruption threatens supply chain

[FT] US regulator warns leveraged ETPs pose systemic risk to markets

[FT] Private equity pays record premiums for public companies

[FT] Taipei warns that China will be able to invade Taiwan by 2025

Tuesday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Stocks to Track U.S. Rebound; Treasuries Drop: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street ends sharply higher as Big Tech roars back 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Builds on Seven Year-High Amid Global Energy Shortages

[Reuters] U.S. Senate to vote on debt ceiling, Republicans say they will oppose

[Reuters] Fed chief has Biden's 'confidence,' but no decision on renomination

[Reuters] U.S., drilling company officials grilled on oil spill response

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound, Treasuries Fall Ahead of Jobs Data: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. services activity inches forward; trade deficit jumps to record high

[Bloomberg] Gen X Leaves Boomers Trailing With 50% Wealth Jump in Pandemic

[Bloomberg] Smart Money From Soros to Elliott Sounds Alarm on Chinese Stocks

[FT] US and Chinese officials to hold high-level meeting in Switzerland