Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Advance as Dip Buyers Come Back: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Fallout Triggers Global Yield Spike as Tighter Policy Looms

[CNBC] Japan and South Korea lead declines across Asia-Pacific as investors digest Fed remarks

[Reuters] China shares drop amid heavy selling by foreign investors

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Record Commodity Prices Bolster Case for Fed’s Hawkish Tilt

[AP] US economy grew 5.7% in 2021 in rebound from 2020 recession

[CNBC] GDP grew at a 6.9% pace to close out 2021, stronger than expected despite omicron spread

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Durable Goods Orders Post First Decline in Three Months

[AP] US weekly jobless claims fall for the first time in a month

[Reuters] Evergrande shares fall as restructuring roadmap disappoints creditors

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Weighs Breaking Up Evergrande to Contain Property Crisis

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Weighs Breakup; Property Stocks Slide: Evergrande Update

[AP] US response on Ukraine offers little optimism, Russia says

[Reuters] Russia keeps door open after U.S. rejects key security demands

[AP] Ukraine crisis updates: What to know as tensions rise

[Reuters] U.S. State Department 'condemns' North Korea missile tests

[Bloomberg] El-Erian: Fed Does What’s Expected, Not What’s Needed

[Bloomberg] China’s Local Government Bond Sales Fall Short of Expectations

[Bloomberg] China Allows LGFVs in Poor Province to Negotiate Debt Extensions

[Bloomberg] Turkey to Raise Inflation Forecast As Lira Rout Hurts Outlook

[NYT] Russia’s Military, Once Creaky, Is Modern and Lethal

[WSJ] Fed Grabs the Market’s Punch Bowl

[FT] ‘No more Mr Nice Guy’: Fed chair signals tougher stance on inflation

Wednesday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasury Yields Surge as Fed Tees Up Hikes and Asset Reductions

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Bonds Face Fed Fallout as Aussie, Kiwi Yields Soar to Highs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Risk Gauge Surges to 14-Month High on Powell Comments

[Reuters] Stocks shed gains, Treasuries jump as Fed signals rate hikes could come 'soon'

[Reuters] Rate traders see risk of more than four U.S. Fed hikes this year 

[Reuters] Fed likely to hike rates in March as Powell vows sustained inflation fight

[Yahoo Finance] Powell: March rate hike likely, as Fed looks to be ‘nimble’ on inflation

[MSN/WP] Russia moves troops and U.S. sends weapons as fear of war mounts in Ukraine

[NPR] The U.S. says it will stand firm against major Russian demands as tension rises

[CNN] A bomb cyclone with the power of a hurricane will unleash snow and blizzard-like conditions this weekend

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Russia, Ukraine Agree to More Talks in 2 Weeks: Ukraine Update

[WSJ] SEC Seeks More Disclosures From Private-Equity and Hedge Funds

[FT] Fed’s Jay Powell refuses to rule out string of aggressive rate rises

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] New Zealand Inflation Accelerates to Fastest Pace Since 1990

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[CNBC] Dow falls more than 100 points in another day of wild swings as Fed signals rate hikes ahead to fight inflation

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Brent Hits $90 For First Time Since 2014 on Supply Jitters

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Signals Liftoff ‘Soon,’ Sees Asset-Reduction Start Afterward

[CNBC] Federal Reserve points to interest rate hike coming in March

[CNBC] Here’s what changed in the new Fed statement

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. New-Home Sales Surge Past Estimates, Reach Nine-Month High

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Has Delivered Response to Russian Demands: Ukraine Update

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Face New SEC Disclosures as Gensler Cracks Down

[Yahoo Finance] Beijing Olympics highlights US government and corporations divide over China

[AP] UK government holds breath as it awaits ‘partygate’ report

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] New England Braces for Powerful Nor’Easter With High Winds and Snow

[Bloomberg] How Vladimir Putin Keeps Everyone Guessing

[WSJ] Omicron Deaths in U.S. Exceed Delta’s Peak as Covid-19 Optimism Rises in Europe

Tactical Short Q4 Conference Call Today - "Things Went Wild. Now What?”

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