Saturday, February 5, 2022

Sunday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Inflation Is Probably About to Spike Yet Again: Eco Week

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Goodbye Easy Money as Hawkish Central Banks Speed Up Rate Hikes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Credit Week Ahead: Issuers to Navigate Rout Amid Rate Angst

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB’s Knot Sees Interest-Rate Hike as Early as October

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Bears Brace for Challenges From Consumer Prices, Auctions

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Stocks Poised for Muted Reopen After Hong Kong’s Surge

[Reuters] Russian forces at 70% of level needed for full Ukraine invasion, U.S. officials say

[Reuters] Satellite images show troop deployment to Belarus border with Ukraine ahead of Russian drills

[WSJ] Staff Shortages, Fed by Omicron, Curbed Growth in Fourth Quarter

[WSJ] A Big Tech Trade Is Losing Its Luster

[WSJ] U.S. Readies New Asia-Pacific Economic Strategy to Counter China

[FT] Investors brace for turbulence in US corporate bond market

[FT] Ukraine and Russia: how relations have soured since the fall of the Soviet Union

Saturday's News Links

[CNBC] Fresh inflation data could fuel further market volatility in the week ahead 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Labor, Supply ‘Nightmare’ Seen Extending Into Second Half

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Adults Back in Charge of Stock Market as Fed Awakens Big Money

[MSN/WP] Facebook’s faceplant on Wall Street could be just the beginning for some tech stocks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Zelenskiy, EU’s Michel Discuss De-Escalation: Ukraine Update

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Concerns Have Distracted Investors From Russia-Ukraine Risk

[Reuters] Taiwan condemns 'contemptible' timing of China-Russia partnership

[Reuters] China's Xi meets more heads of state in Winter Games diplomatic push

[Reuters] Hong Kong reports record daily high of 351 coronavirus cases

[WSJ] 10-Year Treasury Yield Surges Above 1.9%, Highest Since 2019

[WSJ] The World Is Likely Sicker Than It Has Been in 100 Years

[WSJ] Rising Battery Prices Add Uncertainty to Electric-Vehicle Costs

[FT] Crypto investment products hit by record outflows at start of year

[FT] US believes Russia plans nuclear exercise to warn west over Ukraine