Thursday, February 23, 2023

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Hit With Inflation Heading the ‘Wrong Way’: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Tumbles as Inflation Data Raises Expectations of More Hikes

[CNBC] Key Fed inflation measure rose 0.6% in January, more than expected

[AP] An inflation gauge tracked by Fed accelerated in January

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending surges in January; inflation accelerates

[Reuters] U.S. new home sales jump to 10-month high in January, prices fall

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Millions of US Workers Are Still Missing After The Pandemic. Where Did They Go?

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed May Need to Hike to 6.5% to Cool Prices, Study Says

[Reuters] Ukrainians mourn and vow to fight on, a year after Russia invaded

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ueda Warns Against Magic Solutions, Sticks Largely to BOJ Script

[Reuters] Incoming BOJ chief Ueda says current low rates appropriate

[Reuters] Japan's consumer inflation hits 41-year high, keeps BOJ under pressure

[Reuters] One year of war in Europe: How the dollar, energy and food prices swirled

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] One Year of War Hangs Over Meeting of World’s Top Finance Chiefs

[Reuters] JPMorgan's Dimon says U.S. interest rates could hit 6% -CNBC

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Set to Overhaul Financial System Giving Xi More Control

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Central Bank Vows to Balance Growth and Inflation

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Onion Shortage Threatens a New Chapter in World Food Crisis

[Reuters] U.S. looks to expand Taiwan military training -sources

[Reuters] Bird flu situation 'worrying', WHO working with Cambodia

[Bloomberg] China Cease-Fire Proposal for Ukraine Falls Flat With US, Allies

[WSJ] Eight Ways the Russia-Ukraine War Changed the World

[WSJ] Fed Rate Policy Is Shaking Up the World of Muni Debt

[WSJ] Chinese Jet Fighters Step Up Pressure on U.S. Aircraft Over South China Sea

[FT] Next Bank of Japan head Kazuo Ueda calls for ‘creative’ monetary policy

[FT] The trouble with corporate bonds

[FT] China’s foreign loans are becoming a US burden 

[FT] The new LBO market: it’s gone private