Saturday, November 20, 2021

Sunday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Powell or Brainard Will Struggle to Align Hikes With Hiring Goal

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Second Winter of Woe Threatens Global Economy: Eco Week Ahead

[Reuters] Chileans head to the polls with two radically different visions on the ballot

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bailey Justifies BOE Stance, Say Inflation Risks Are Two-Sided

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Central Bank Adviser Warns About ‘Quasi-Stagflation’ Risk

[Reuters] Poland says Belarus keeps bringing migrants to its border

[WSJ] How Companies Raise Prices Without Raising Prices

[WSJ] Modern Monetary Theory Isn’t the Future. It’s Here Now.

[WSJ] Supply-Chain Problems Show Signs of Easing

[FT] The unexpected surge in inflation, in charts

[FT] The Spac machine sputters back to life after dramatic meltdown

Saturday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Looks Likely to Consider Faster Drawdown in Asset Purchases

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global IPOs Blow Past $600 Billion Mark in Best Year on Record

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan Joins Ranks of Oil Consumers Weighing Stockpile Releases

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] World Fish Stocks Are in Worse State Than Expected, Study Shows

[Reuters] U.S. and Taiwan to hold second round of economic dialogue next week

[AP] US seeks balance as fears grow Russia may invade Ukraine

[Reuters] China tennis player Peng will reappear in public 'soon' - Global Times editor

[Bloomberg] Americans Load Up on Firewood as Home-Heating Costs Skyrocket

[WSJ] Turkey’s Currency Crisis Raises Cost of Living, Threatens Financial System

[WSJ] The Art Market Surges, Selling $2.3 Billion in Works

[WSJ] Putin Dispatches Russian Vessels to Shadow U.S. Warships During Flare-Up

[FT] Chile on edge as voters lean to extremes ahead of election

[FT] Central banks are stuck in a ‘hall of mirrors’