Saturday, April 16, 2022

Sunday's News Link

[Reuters] Russia demands Mariupol surrender, Pope Francis laments 'Easter of War'

[Reuters] Russia calls increased NATO military activity in the Arctic worrying, warns of "unintended incidents," TASS reports

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Mariupol Hangs in Balance; EU Looks at Sberbank

[MSN/WP] U.S., allies plan for long-term isolation of Russia

[Reuters] Shanghai targets lockdown turning point by Wednesday

[Reuters] China data to show sharp March deterioration as COVID bites, but solid Q1 growth

[AP] North Korea says it tested new tactical guided weapon

[NYT] The Sky-High Pandemic Housing Market Finds Gravity Does Exist

[WSJ] Bond Rout Promises More Pain for Investors

[WSJ] Ukraine War Deepens Debt Woes Across Developing World

[FT] War and inflation set to drag on corporate profits despite rising revenues

[FT] Inflation surge slashes $11tn from world’s negative-yielding debt

[FT] China views Russian invasion as a ‘strategic utility’, says ex-Australia PM

[FT] China’s Covid death data obscure real impact of Omicron, experts say

Saturday Evening Links

[AP] Russia renews strikes on Ukraine capital, hits other cities

[MSN/NYT] Russia Fires Missile Barrage at Ukrainian Cities and Military Targets

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Zelenskiy Says Talks With Russia Are at Dead End

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Powell May Be About to Seal Deal on a Half-Point Hike: Eco Week

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Bond Market Gives Notice It’s No Longer a One-Way Street

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] USDA Identifies New Bird Flu Cases in Pennsylvania, Utah

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hedge-Fund Giant Man Group Questions Whether 60/40 Ever Worked

Saturday's News Links

[AP] Ukraine war far from over as Russia renews strikes in Kyiv

[Reuters] Russia hits Kyiv, Lviv; presses offensive in ruins of Mariupol

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Update: Putin, Saudi Crown Prince Upbeat About OPEC+

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Putin’s Ruble Standoff With Europe Risks De Facto Gas Embargo

[Reuters] More Chinese cities tighten controls as Shanghai COVID cases rise

[WSJ] Several Million U.S. Workers Seen Staying Out of Labor Force Indefinitely

[WSJ] Decade-High Mortgage Rates Pose Threat to Spring Housing Market

[WSJ] Credit-Card Spending Belies Consumers’ Glum View of the Economy