Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Stocks Fall as Oil Stokes Inflation Debate: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil near three-week high on cuts to OPEC+ output targets

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasuries Liquidity Problem Exposes Fed to ‘Biggest Nightmare’

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed’s Stay-High Mantra Fails to Stop Bets on a 2023 Rate Cut

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOE ‘Cliff Edge’ Poses Fresh Risk for Ravaged Gilt Market

[Reuters] Bank of England says it will unwind bond market intervention once risks have subsided

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: EU’s New Sanctions Include an Oil Price Cap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] World Currency Reserves Shrink by $1 Trillion in Record Drawdown

[Reuters] Analysis: World central banks caught in the Fed's slipstream

[Forbes] Housing Market Collapse Could Push Home Prices Down 20% In Major Markets Like Dallas And Los Angeles, Experts Predict

[Reuters] Credit Suisse looks to sell Zurich's Savoy Hotel

[Reuters] Taiwan sees more Chinese coercion, intimidation in Xi's next term

[WSJ] U.S. Gasoline Prices Are Climbing Again and May Get Worse

[FT] Bank of England says £65bn gilt intervention staved off UK financial ‘spiral’

[FT] Xi Jinping cracks down on disloyalty ahead of Communist party congress

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends down as two-day rally fizzles on data, Fed message

[Reuters] Swiss National Bank monitoring Credit Suisse situation - Maechler

[Reuters] Fitch cuts outlook for UK rating to 'negative' from 'stable'

[Reuters] OPEC+ agrees deep oil production cuts, Biden calls it shortsighted

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Rosatom Sanctions Demanded After Putin Decree

[Reuters] Fed's Bostic says inflation fight "still in early days"

[Yahoo Finance] Housing ‘brought to its knees by the Federal Reserve,’ expert says

[Reuters] S.Korea Sept FX reserves post second-biggest monthly decline on record

[Bloomberg] US Harvest Hits Snag as Drought Grounds Mississippi Barges

[Bloomberg] One Big Option Trade Fueled S&P 500’s Midday Jump, Wells Fargo Says

[NYT] A Strong Dollar Is Wreaking Havoc on Emerging Markets. A Debt Crisis Could Be Next.

[WSJ] Markets Break When Interest Rates Rise Fast: Here Are the Cracks