Monday, January 23, 2023

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Slip as Risk Rebound Faces Big Tech Test: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Gold prices march higher on slower Fed rate-hike bets

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Steadies as Traders Look to China to Deliver Demand Boost

[Reuters] Explainer: Shutdown? Default? Washington's risky new debt ceiling standoff

[AP] Crypto firms acted like banks, then collapsed like dominoes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Germany, NATO See Decision on Tanks Coming Soon

[Reuters] Ukraine purges officials and governors in biggest shakeup of war

[Reuters] China development loans to emerging economies hit 13-year low in 2021 - study

[Reuters] Japan higher rates expand debt pile, balanced budget seen delayed again

[Reuters] Japan's factory activity extends declines for third straight month - PMI

[Reuters] Euro zone business activity back to growth in January -PMI

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Europe Bond Sales Break €240 Billion in Busiest-Ever January

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] UK Recession Risks Grow With Record Deficit and Output Slump

[WSJ] Companies Cut Temp Workers in Warning Sign for Labor Market

[FT] Bank of Japan eases bond market strains with loans to banks

[FT] China property bonds rebound on support measures from Beijing

[FT] UK public sector borrowing more than doubles in December

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street extends rally, powered by tech bounce

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Rally Falters as Growing Stockpiles Outweigh China Demand

[Reuters] Fed needs mortgage-backed securities exit plan

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Will Stay Course to Return Inflation to 2%, Lagarde Says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Home Prices, Holiday Costs to Shape Australia’s Next Rate Move

[Bloomberg] China Slams US on Debt Limit and Accuses Washington of Sabotage

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises as chipmakers lead tech shares higher

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Says US Stocks Aren’t Pricing Weak Data

[Reuters] ECB policymakers spar on rate outlook beyond Feb hike

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] UK Asks Households to Reduce Power For Second Day as Wind Fades