Sunday, January 22, 2023

Monday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Tech Shares Gain on Earnings Optimism: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Euro Leads Broad Gains Against Dollar as Traders Mull Fed Pace

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Climbs as Traders Weigh China Demand Outlook, Russian Supply

[Reuters] Businesses see lower odds U.S. in or entering recession, NABE says

[Reuters] Japan warns of dire finances as BOJ struggles to contain yields

[Reuters] Poland signals intent to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine

[AP] Russia official warns countries supplying Ukraine with more powerful weapons risk their own destruction

[CNBC] Apple wants to manufacture 25% of its iPhones in India, minister says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Europe’s Freeze Lifts Short-Term Power Prices as Grids Pressured

[Reuters] Analysis: ECB seen struggling to keep market on side after mixed messages

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB’s Kazimir Joins Hawks in Urging More Half-Point Hikes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Europe Is Bracing for a Sharp, Abrupt Real Estate Reversal

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Even ‘Sam Coins’ Have Soared in Crypto’s Swift $250 Billion Jump

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Brazil and Argentina Are Discussing Whether to Combine Currencies

[Reuters] Brazil and Argentina to discuss common currency

[Reuters] Pakistan suffers big power outage after second grid failure in three months

[Bloomberg] Citadel Makes $16 Billion to Top Paulson’s ‘Greatest Trade Ever’

[NYT] For Tech Companies, Years of Easy Money Yield to Hard Times

[NYT] Inflation Is Cooling, Leaving America Asking: What Comes Next?

[WSJ] Market Recovery Hinges on Quick Inflation Drop

[FT] The world’s democracies need to stick together

[FT] Rural China runs short of Covid drugs over lunar new year holiday

[FT] Bank of England warns insurers over ability to sell down assets in a crisis

[FT] Citadel breaks records with $16bn profit

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] Stock futures are flat as investors weigh the Fed’s next policy move and await a busy earnings week

[Reuters] Euro nears nine-month peak as ECB hawks let fly

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Edges Lower as Traders Weigh China Outlook in Sparse Trading

[Reuters] U.S. lawmakers preparing plan to avert debt-ceiling crisis

[Reuters] Bank of Japan's policy tweak drew rare request from government for a break

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] ECB set to raise rates by 50 basis points in February and March, Knot says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB’s Knot Wants at Least Two More Half-Point Rate Hikes

[Reuters] Kishida says he will nominate new Bank of Japan chief next month

[Reuters] Chinese pray for health in Lunar New Year as COVID death toll rises

[Bloomberg] US Bond Market Flouting Inflation Looks Increasingly Vulnerable

[NYT] How the U.S. Government Amassed $31 Trillion in Debt

[WSJ] Fed Sets Course for Milder Interest-Rate Rise in February

[WSJ] Debt Ceiling Looms Over Capitol as Congress Returns to Work

[WSJ] China’s Reopening Complicates Global Fight Against Inflation