Monday, October 17, 2022

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Stocks Extend Gains; Pound, Gilts Drop: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Sterling pauses after UK fiscal U-turn rally, yen scrabbles off 32-year low

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Extends Volatile Run as Tight Supply Vies With Growth Woes

[Reuters] BoE says report of delay to its bond sales 'inaccurate'

[AP] ‘Bad situation’: Soaring US dollar spreads pain worldwide

[Reuters] Japan will respond decisively to excessive FX moves, finmin says

[Reuters] Russia destroys power and water infrastructure across Ukraine

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Zelenskiy Says 30% of Power Stations Destroyed

[Reuters] U.S. condemns 'war crimes' after Russia drone attack hits Kyiv apartment block

[MSN/WP] China plans to seize Taiwan on ‘much faster timeline,’ Blinken says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Junk Debt Is Sliding Deeper Into Unprecedented Distress

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Economy Is Recovering and Improving, Premier Li Says

[Politico] Xi Jinping lays out vision of fortress China against tense rivalry with the U.S.

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Suisse Disposal Plans Gain Pace as Revamp Clock Ticks

[Reuters] Investors start to expect "policy capitulation" - BofA

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wall Street Credit Traders on Track for Worst Year Since 2012

[Reuters] Turbulent markets jolt currency hedge funds from decade-long slumber

[Reuters] Australia floods crisis set to worsen amid forecast for more rain

[Bloomberg] Blinken Says China Wants to Seize Taiwan on ‘Much Faster Timeline’

[WSJ] U.S.-Based Pensions Rush to Assess Interest-Rate Risk

[WSJ] Funding Worries Are Hitting Some Banks More Than Others

[WSJ] U.K. Corporate Bond Selloff Is One for the Books

[FT] BoE set to further delay quantitative tightening until gilt markets calm

[FT] France’s central bank boss says UK crisis shows risk of ‘vicious loop’

Monday Evening Links

[AP] Stocks rally on Wall Street in latest volatile move

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] S&P 500 Bounces Off Make-Or-Break Technical Level: Markets Wrap 

[Reuters] UK Prime Minister Truss says 'sorry' for the mistakes, but 'I'm sticking around'

[Reuters] Analysis: Foreign banks amass reserves at the Fed, bracing for funding stress

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Nagel Says ECB Must Withdraw Support Quickly, Not Stop Too Early

[Reuters] Government bonds no safe haven in central bank-driven recession -BlackRock

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street jumps as solid BofA results spark rally

[Reuters] Oil steady as positive Chinese signals counter recession fears

[Reuters] UK's Hunt: OBR forecast will show debt falling as proportion of income

[Reuters] Credit Suisse approached Middle Eastern fund for capital injection - source

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Waves of suicide drones strike Ukraine’s capital, 4 killed

[MarketWatch] New York Factory Activity Contracted in October for Third Straight Month -- NY Fed

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chip Delivery Times Shrink in Sign That Supply Crunch Is Easing

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] As Pension Goes Broke, Bankruptcy Haunts City Near Philadelphia

[Reuters] Business sentiment softens in Canada as recession fears mount: BoC survey

[FT] US and UK agree to bolster co-operation on Russia sanctions