Monday, October 3, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bulls Storm Into Stocks, Bonds Amid Peak-Rate Bets: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Extends Gain Past $1,700 as Poor US Data Shifts Sentiment

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Pivot Trade Sparks Again as Bonds Rally, Dollar Weakens

[Reuters] Euro zone bond yields drop as investors see less tightening

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Forges Higher as OPEC+ Must ‘Do Something’ at Vienna Meeting

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ian Latest: Florida’s Death Toll From Storm Rises to 68 People

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Kyiv Pursues Assaults, EU Mulls Russia Sanctions

[Reuters] Grim winter looms as wartime Ukraine braces for infrastructure attacks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Kwarteng Gave BOE Permission for £100 Billion of Bond Buying

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] UK Property Funds Limit Withdrawals as Pension Funds Pull Cash

[Reuters] Consumer prices in Japan's capital rise at fastest pace since 2014

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan Bank Chiefs Count BOJ Exit, Fiscal Woes Among Top Worries

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Suisse’s Options Worsen as Markets Mayhem Takes Toll

[Reuters] Analysis: Credit Suisse’s turnaround just got a lot tougher as market reels

[Reuters] S.Korea factory activity weakens for third month in Sept - PMI

[Reuters] Australia's central bank raises rates by smaller-than-expected 25bp

[Reuters] North Korea conducts longest-range missile test yet over Japan

[Reuters] Will Russia use nuclear weapons? Putin's warnings explained

[AP] California wells run dry as drought depletes groundwater

[NYT] Britain’s Economic Experiment Stumbles at the Start

[FT] China’s property crash: ‘a slow-motion financial crisis’

[FT] How big is the capital hole at Credit Suisse?

[FT] The volatility virus strikes again

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street closes with sharp gains as final quarter begins

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Extends Rally to Surge the Most Since March; Silver Soars

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Sees Biggest Daily Jump Since July Ahead of OPEC+ Meeting

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] September's Credit Wipeout Foretells Even More Pain in Junk Debt

[Reuters] Bank of England reaffirms willingness to buy billions of pounds in gilts

[Reuters] Ukraine forces advance on two fronts, cross Russian lines in the south

[Reuters] Insurers may face up to $57 bln in Hurricane Ian bills

[Reuters] Fed's Williams says central bank has more work to do to cool inflation

[Yahoo Finance] Hedge fund launches plummet to lowest since 2008 financial crisis

[Reuters] Russian TV protester listed as wanted fugitive

[WSJ] Hurricane Ian Destroys Swaths of Florida as Residents Face Uncertain Aftermath

[FT] Asset managers cut debt in pension scheme investing strategies

[FT] Brazil braced for tense presidential runoff between Lula and Bolsonaro

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street jumps over 1% to start fourth quarter

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Extends Its Rally as Treasury Yields Continue to Retreat

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Surges Most Since July as OPEC+ Considers Slashing Output

[AP] UK scraps tax cut for wealthy that sparked market turmoil

[Reuters] UK's Kwarteng says he will publish new fiscal plans "shortly"

[Reuters] Credit Suisse in market spotlight despite moves to calm concerns

[Reuters] U.S. manufacturing nearly brakes in September as new orders contract

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Manufacturing Downshifts as Orders Shrink, ISM Data Show

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Manufacturing Index Contracts for First Time Since 2020

[Reuters] Brazil girds for tense runoff vote after Bolsonaro's strong showing

[Reuters] OPEC+ mulling largest cuts since 2020 crisis, sources say

[Bloomberg] US Coal Prices Climb Past $200 as Global Energy Crunch Boosts Demand