Thursday, October 5, 2023

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stock, Bond Selloff Rekindled on Hot Jobs Report: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Suffers Biggest Weekly Loss Since March as Volatility Spikes

[CNBC] Payrolls increased by 336,000 in September, much more than expected

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BOJ to Consider Yield Curve, Guidance Tweaks This Month, Ex-Official Says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Corporate America Is Ignoring Jay Powell and Bingeing on Debt

[Reuters] Fall of the zombies? Why corporate failures could surge in 2024

[Reuters] Bonds 'in greatest bear market of all time' - BofA

[Reuters] UK house prices fall by most since 2009 in 12 months to September, Halifax says

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging Markets’ $266 Billion Dip Hits What’s Left of Bull Case

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bonds Meltdown Puts Spotlight on How China Could Use Massive Treasuries Stockpile

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Sweden’s Real Estate Crisis Threatens Its Biggest Pension Fund

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] India Central Bank Strikes Hawkish Tone, Fueling Bond Rout

[Reuters] Moody's downgrades Egypt deeper into junk territory

[Reuters] Russia signals intent to quickly revoke ratification of nuclear test ban treaty

[WSJ] China Is Becoming a No-Go Zone for Executives

[FT] Lessons for China from Japan’s lost decade

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall St ends down slightly; investors await Friday's payrolls

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wall Street on Edge as Traders Await Payrolls Data: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Soaring Treasury yields ignite turbulence throughout markets

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil’s Slump Deepens Below $83 With Demand Under the Microscope

[Reuters] Fed officials largely sanguine about rise in US bond yields

[Reuters] Low weekly jobless claims, shrinking trade deficit boost US economic picture

[Yahoo Finance] How the Fed's 'higher for longer' rate hikes will squeeze the US government

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Record Heat Unleashes Deadly Floods From New York to Libya

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders Are Betting Historic Sums on November Federal Reserve Meeting

[FT] Tett: Bond market gyrations are yanking us into uncharted territory