Saturday, September 9, 2023

Sunday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fear of Stock Market Dive Creeps Back as Hedging Costs Climb

[Reuters] Wall St Week Ahead: Investor hopes for US soft landing ride on inflation data

[Yahoo Finance] Inflation, iPhones, and looming auto strikes: What to know this week

[Reuters] G20 summit wraps up in New Delhi; Macron says it confirms isolation of Russia

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Quarter-Point Quandary Keeps Market on Tenterhooks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Extreme Heat Is Fast Becoming a Threat to Global Fuel Security

[AP] Russia is turning to old ally North Korea to resupply its arsenal for the war in Ukraine

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Fears a Too-Hot Economy as Recession Bets Plunge

[WSJ] Hard-Line Conservatives Talk Tough, and Government Shutdown Looms

[WSJ] An Important Shift in Fed Officials’ Rate Stance Is Under Way

[WSJ] Xi’s Tight Control Hampers Stronger Response to China’s Slowdown

[FT] Will the ECB deliver one more rate rise?

[FT] Crunch time for Biden and US economy as auto industry strike looms

[FT] Credit hedge funds profit as companies face soaring borrowing costs

Saturday's News Links

[Reuters] G20 summit avoids condemning Russia for Ukraine war, calls for peace

[Reuters] Russia sticks to demands on Black Sea grain deal, rejects UN bank proposal

[Reuters] China think tank says India is 'sabotaging' G20 for its own agenda

[AP] Auto union rejects wage offers from Detroit companies with strike deadline 6 days away

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US Consumer Credit Rises $10.4 Billion, Largely on Credit Cards

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Consumer Prices Creep Out of Deflation in August

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Russia Seeks China, Saudi to Head Off New Financial Curbs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Price Resurgence Has Further to Run After the Saudis Turn the Screw

[Reuters] US, Canadian warships transit Taiwan Strait in latest joint mission

[WSJ] Trade Slump Reshuffles World’s Economic Cards in Favor of U.S.

[WSJ] Xi’s Absence at G-20 Points to Growing Rift Over Global Leadership

[FT] US House panel plans Taiwan war game with Wall Street executives

[FT] Global investors lose faith in China rebound without policy ‘bazooka’