Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Gain After Mixed Data; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Eases With U.S. Urging Producers to Ramp Up Supplies

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Coupon Due Friday; Kaisa Faces Record Plunge: Evergrande Update

[CNBC] Economic growth rate slows to 2% as supply chain issues take toll

[Reuters] U.S. economy slows sharply in third quarter; weekly jobless claims at new 19-month low

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Keeps Stimulus on Track as Inflation Unsettles Markets

[Reuters] Global bond rout raises prospects of 'VaR' shock

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Evergrande’s Next Bond Deadline Nears With Contagion Risk Rising

[Reuters] China developers hit by downgrades as Evergrande deadline looms

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Another Chinese Developer Is Sinking as Junk Bonds Sell Off

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Trading Apps Tank After Official Calls Them ‘Illegal’

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Markets Face Possible China Reality Check, Manulife Says

[CNBC] Stagflation in China is a ‘very real’ risk in the next couple of quarters, says analyst

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Brazil’s Biggest Hike in Two Decades Signals Rate Above 10% Soon

[Reuters] From beers to cars, German consumers face higher prices

[Reuters] BOJ projects low inflation for years, signal delay in stimulus withdrawal

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Targets Vegetable Hoarders as Spinach Surges 157%

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Interest Rates Aren’t the Only Weapon in Global Inflation Fight

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] After Archegos, Credit Suisse Is Gripped by Paralysis and Dread

[Bloomberg] How China and Evergrande Are Trying to Avoid Disaster

[Bloomberg] German Inflation Jumps to 4.6% as ECB Keeps Policy Unchanged

[Bloomberg] Bulls Return to China’s Markets Just as Risks Start to Multiply

[NYT] Old Power Gear Is Slowing Use of Clean Energy and Electric Cars

[NYT] China Hurries to Burn More Coal, Putting Climate Goals at Risk

[WSJ] Evergrande Crisis All But Shuts Bond Market for China’s Junk Borrowers

[WSJ] Fed Leadership Uncertainty Muddies Rate-Policy Outlook

[WSJ] Global Chip Shortage ‘Is Far From Over’ as Wait Times Get Longer

[FT] China needs to learn lessons from Japan’s 1990s collapse

[FT] ECB to keep buying bonds as it leaves rates unchanged

Wednesday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Stocks to Fall; Bond Curves Flag Growth Fears: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Stock futures rise slightly after S&P 500 slips from a record

[AP] Biden deal in ‘pretty good shape,’ but no breakthrough yet

[Reuters] Democrats at odds over 'billionaires tax' to fund sweeping Biden agenda

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Democrats Clash on Billionaire Tax as Neal Rejects Senate Plan

[Reuters] Brazil fiscal fears spur more aggressive 150 bps interest rate hike

[Reuters] ECB to push back over mounting rate-hike expectations

[Reuters] Biden vows to stand with Asia on freedom, hits at China on Taiwan

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Putin Orders More Gas for Europe Next Month, Sending Down Price

[CNN] Taiwan's President says the threat from China is increasing 'every day' and confirms presence of US troops on the island

[WSJ] China’s Ambitious Climate Goals Collide With Reality, Hampering Global Efforts

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Tech Rally Sends Nasdaq 100 to Record; Oil Falls: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Treasuries - U.S. 2-year yield soars to 19-month peak, curve flattens across the board

[Reuters] U.S. dollar index falls as currency volatility picks up

[Reuters] Democrats debate if 'billionaires tax' can pay for Biden's sweeping agenda

[Reuters] U.S. companies to keep prices high as supply chain headaches persist