Saturday, May 28, 2022

Sunday's News Links

[CNBC] Start-up investors are warning of dark days ahead as boom times are ‘unambiguously over’

[CBS] More than 3,500 flights canceled so far over Memorial Day weekend

[Reuters] Russia advances in east; Ukraine calls for longer-range weapons 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: EU Will Exempt Russian Pipeline to Appease Orban

[Reuters] Shanghai eases return to work, moves to support economy

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Lagarde Prepares for ECB Liftoff With Yet More Record Inflation

[Reuters] Erdogan says won't let 'terrorism-supporting' countries enter NATO

[WSJ] Silicon Valley Investors Give Startups Survival Advice for Downturn

[WSJ] Bottleneck Fuels Record-High Gas Prices

[WSJ] 17 States Where Unemployment Is at Record Lows

[WSJ] China’s Lockdowns Prompt a Rethinking of Life Plans Among the Young

[FT] What is America’s end-game for the war in Ukraine?

[FT] China fails to work out a plan to ease its economic malaise

[FT] Emerging markets hit by worst sell-off in decades

Saturday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Economic Data Signals Firmer Growth That May Ease by Yearend 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Russian Missile Test; Putin’s Three-Way Call

[Reuters] Ukraine receives Harpoon missiles and howitzers, says defence minister

[Reuters] Putin says he's willing to discuss resuming Ukrainian grain shipments

[Reuters] Shanghai edges towards COVID reopening as Beijing plans to ease curbs

[AP] Weather’s unwanted guest: Nasty La Nina keeps popping up

[WSJ] Shoppers Are Fretting. Stores Are Listening.

[WSJ] Car-Insurance Bills Are Rising, With More Increases to Come

[WSJ] Burger Prices to Remain High as Cattle Ranchers Shrink Herds

[FT] Utility shut-offs loom after pandemic freezes expire for US households