Thursday, December 1, 2022

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Slump as Hot Jobs Data Boost Bond Yields: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Set for Weekly Gain as China Eases Restrictions Before OPEC+

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Hiring and Wages Extend Strong Gains, Keeping Pressure on Fed

[Reuters] Chinese cities ease COVID curbs as virus keeps spreading

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Central Bank Governor Says Focus Is Now on Growth

[Reuters] China's property woes fuel risks to its financial system - Moody's

[Reuters] Exclusive: China's top banks to issue offshore loans to help developers repay debt

[Reuters] Factbox: Crypto companies crash into bankruptcy

[Reuters] Blackstone's $69 bln REIT curbs redemptions in blow to property empire

[Reuters] Explainer: ECB to start offloading debt to fight inflation

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Lagarde Leads Chorus Warning That Inflation Must Be Anchored

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Drought-Parched California Cities to Get Little Relief Next Year

[Reuters] Evergrande's EV unit suspends mass production due to lack of orders -sources

[Reuters] Japan eyes up to $318 billion for 5-year defence spending plan -sources

[FT] Inside the Covid revolt at the Zhengzhou ‘iPhone City’ plant

[FT] Finnish leader warns democratic countries against being ‘naive’ on China

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends mixed; Salesforce selloff pressures Dow

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Churn After Big Rally With VIX Now Below 20: Markets Wrap

[AP] Congress votes to avert rail strike amid dire warnings

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Resurgent Yen Faces Extra Boost From Insurers Chasing Hedges

[Reuters] World Bank chief says poorest countries owe $62 bln on bilateral debt

[FT] Dollar sinks as investors increase bets on slower Fed rate rises

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall St falls after bleak manufacturing data, Salesforce tumbles 

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Manufacturing in US Contracts for First Time Since May 2020

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending accelerates; inflation subsides

[Reuters] S&P warns of possible trebling of U.S., European default rates

[Bloomberg] Mortgage Rates Extend Slide, Giving Homebuyers Some Relief

[Reuters] Exclusive: Credit Suisse looks to speed up cuts as revenue outlook worsens –sources

[CNBC] Hurricane Ian was the costliest disaster and the second-largest insured loss on record after Hurricane Katrina

[Bloomberg] Some Meme Stocks Are Taking Off Again