Thursday, January 27, 2022

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Fluctuate on Inflation Data; Apple Rises: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Market Sizzles With WTI Set for Sixth Straight Weekly Gain

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Natural Gas Abruptly Surges in Record Short Squeeze

[CNBC] Key Fed inflation gauge rises 4.9% from a year ago, fastest gain since 1983

[AP] A key inflation gauge rose 5.8% in 2021, most in 39 years

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BofA Sees ‘Zero Capitulation’ as Stock Funds Take In $17 Billion

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Slump in Junk Bond Sales Spells Risk for M&A Financing Pipeline

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Developers Sink After Hopson Stokes Fear of Auditor Exodus

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wall Street’s Big Bet on Chinese Markets Is Going All Wrong

[CNBC] Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘Everybody’s seeing inflationary pressure’

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Sees $1.2 Trillion Rout Despite State Media, Fund Support

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hopson Tumbles as Auditor Quits; Oaktree Loan: Evergrande Update

[Reuters] China home builders, suppliers issue spate of profit warnings as Evergrande woes bite

[NPR] A second version of omicron is spreading. Here's why scientists are on alert

[Reuters] 'We don't want wars': Russia softens tone on Ukraine, weighs US answers

[Reuters] Putin, Xi to discuss European security amid Ukraine standoff - Kremlin

[MSN/WP] An invasion of Ukraine could drive up global food prices and spark unrest far from the front lines

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Market Gained Almost $10 Trillion During Pandemic

[WSJ] Behind the Stock Market Turmoil: A High-Speed Investor U-Turn

[WSJ] IMF Says China’s Economic Imbalances Have Worsened

[FT] US labour costs climb as inflationary pressures persist

[FT] The empire returns: Russia, Ukraine and the long shadow of the Soviet Union

[FT] Ukraine crisis marks biggest test yet for ‘Biden doctrine’ on foreign policy