Monday, October 18, 2021

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise on Earnings; Dollar Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Gold jumps 1% propelled by a weaker dollar

[Reuters] Oil prices rise on China energy demand concerns

[Reuters] Chinese property bonds firm after Kaisa and Sunac make coupon payments

[Reuters] Gold edges higher as dollar, Treasury yields weaken

[Reuters] U.S. housing starts, permits tumble in September

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] World Faces Fiscal Problems Much Worse Than Those From Covid, OECD Warns

[AP] Energy crunch hits global recovery as winter approaches

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Investors Face Year of Peril With Few Places to Hide

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Property Sector Contracts For First Time Since Pandemic

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Unit Has Yuan Payment Due; China Dollar Bonds: Evergrande Update

[Reuters] Analysis: China's self-inflicted slowdown tests Beijing's reform resolve

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Xi Dials Back China’s Economic Overhaul as Masses Feel Pain

[SCMP] China GDP: slowdown in third quarter growth ramps up fears of more economic trouble ahead

[CNBC] Russia chooses not to raise natural gas supplies to Europe despite Putin’s pledge to help

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Curbs on Fertilizer Exports to Worsen Global Price Shock

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Lira Rout Upends One of the Best Bond Trades in Emerging Markets

[Reuters] China, Russia navy ships jointly sail through Japan strait

[Reuters] N.Korea fires ballistic missile as military activity surges

[Bloomberg] ‘People Are Hoarding’: Food Shortages Are The Next Supply-Chain Crunch

[Bloomberg] China’s Xi Vows Tighter Oversight of Tech Firms, Digital Economy

[Bloomberg] China’s Orbiting Missile Exploits Weakness in U.S. Defenses

[NYT] As Evergrande Teeters, Chinese Media Walks a Fine Line

[WSJ] Procter & Gamble to Raise Prices on More Staples

[FT] Almost 900,000 accounts traded GameStop at peak of meme stock craze

[FT] Chinese developer Sinic defaults as Evergrande deadline looms

[FT] China’s magnesium shortage threatens global car industry

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P, Nasdaq enjoy boost from big tech firms, Dow ends a hair lower

[Reuters] Emerging Markets: Latam currencies rattled by weak Chinese GDP

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Crude Oil Pares Gains After Hitting Multiyear Highs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wall Street Treasury Bulls Back Down Amid Global Bond Selloff

[Reuters] Negotiations on $3.5 trillion U.S. investment bill making progress -Schumer

[Reuters] U.S. reviews sanctions policy, warns of threat from cryptocurrencies

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Joins Bank Bond Frenzy With $9 Billion Jumbo Sale

[Bloomberg] Zillow’s House Flipping Hits a Snag as the Red-Hot U.S. Housing Market Shows Signs It’s Cooling

[FT] New Delta descendant may be more infectious than its ancestor

Monday Afternoon Links

[CNBC] S&P 500 turns green, rises slightly as investors place bets before big earnings this week

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasury Curve Flattens as Inflation Risk Stokes Hike Bets

[CNBC] Homebuilder sentiment bounces back despite ongoing supply chain problems

[Reuters] Chip shortages, Hurricane Ida depress U.S. manufacturing production

[CNBC] The wealthiest 10% of Americans own a record 89% of all U.S. stocks

[Yahoo/LAT] California records driest year in a century

[WSJ] China’s Economy Rests on Three Shaky Legs

[WSJ] To Strike a Climate Deal, Poor Nations Say They Need Trillions From Rich Ones