Saturday, April 2, 2022

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Missiles hit Ukrainian refinery, 'critical infrastructure' near Odesa

[Reuters] Ukrainians and Europeans accuse Russians of committing atrocities

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Pressure Mounts Over Alleged War Crimes in Bucha

[Reuters] Ukraine claims control over Kyiv region as Russia looks east

[Reuters] Kremlin warns West: rouble-for-gas scheme is the 'prototype'

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Is Whetting Appetite for a Half-Point Rate Hike: Eco Week

[Reuters] Shanghai asks entire city to self-test for COVID as frustration grows

[AP] N. Korea warns Seoul of 'serious threat' over missile remark

[Bloomberg] China Finds New Virus Subtype as Daily Cases Exceed 13,000

[WSJ] Xi Jinping’s ‘Common Prosperity’ Was Everywhere, but China Backed Off

[FT] Ukraine war piles pressure on Europe’s farmers

[FT] Shanghai residents plead for food and medicine as authorities lock down city

Saturday Evening Links

[AP] Ukrainian forces retake areas near Kyiv amid fear of traps

[Reuters] Kremlin says peace talks should continue, lashes "hostile" Ukraine

[Reuters] Fed's Williams: Pace of rate increases depends on how economy responds

[Bloomberg] Entire Shanghai Placed Under Lockdown

[NYT] Putin Reminds the World He Still Wields a Powerful Economic Weapon

Saturday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Kyiv Warns Russia Is Adding Troops in Moldova 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] A Hundred Firms Pull $45 Billion of Deals Since War in Ukraine

[Reuters] Ukraine's economy could contract 40% in 2022, ministry says

[Reuters] China says not deliberately circumventing sanctions on Russia

[AP] Explainer: What’s next for Europe’s natural gas during war?

[WSJ] China’s Bet on Sending Its Exports Through Russia Hits Setback

[FT] Corporate bond markets are shrugging off the global worries