Monday, August 29, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Up as Post-Powell Slide Subsides: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Retreats From Biggest Gain in Six Weeks Amid Supply Angst

[Reuters] ECB bets boost euro, dollar slips from 20 year peak

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Bond Index Tumbles Toward Bear Market on Powell Pushback

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Gets More Aggressive in Pushing Back Against Weaker Yuan

[CNBC] Worst is yet to come: Economist Stephen Roach says U.S. needs ‘miracle’ to avoid recession

[Bloomberg] US Rents Hit New Record as Parts of NYC Soar Past $4,000 for August

[Reuters] France accuses Russia of using gas supply as 'weapon of war'

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Heavy Fighting as Kyiv Launches Southern Attack

[Reuters] German inflation hits nearly 50-year high in August

[Reuters] Euro zone economic sentiment falls more than expected in Aug

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] The Options and Challenges for Europe's Emergency Power Plan

[Bloomberg] China’s Premier Li Says Stimulus Now ‘More Forceful’ Than 2020

[Reuters] Explainer: What to look for from China's 20th Communist Party congress

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Mega Banks See Slower Profit Growth on Loan Pressure

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Largest Developer Posts Record 96% Profit Slump

[NBC] A third of Pakistan is under water as deadly floods leave desperate residents facing 'doomsday'

[Bloomberg] Yen’s Slump Toward 140 Reawakens Talk of Currency Intervention

[WSJ] The Options Market Is Accentuating the Swings in Stocks

[FT] Eurozone inflation forecast to stay higher for longer as gas prices surge

[FT] Chinese borrowers deal blow to banks with early mortgage payments

[FT] The growing evidence that Covid-19 is making us all sicker

Monday Afternoon Links

[CNBC] Dow turns positive, erasing 300-point drop as Wall Street tries to recover from Friday’s rout

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasuries Slump as Traders Rethink Rate Bets: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] European shares fall to one-month low as tech stocks slide

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed’s QT to Hit ‘Full Stride’ With Central Bank Shrinking $9 Trillion Portfolio

[Reuters] Belgium supports EU energy price caps, suspending trading in power crunch

[The Hill] China’s dim prospects turn disastrous

[Reuters] More western tech companies set out Russian exit plans