Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound as Chipmakers Climb: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Edges Up as Twin Mideast Strikes Raise Risk of Escalation

[AP] Pakistan launches retaliatory airstrikes in Iran after an earlier attack by Tehran, killing 9 people

[Reuters] US in new strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen

[Reuters] U.S. lists Houthis as terrorists, rebels hit another US-operated ship

[Reuters] Indian Navy rescues crew after attack on ship off coast of Yemen

[CNBC] Weekly jobless claims post lowest reading since September 2022

[Dow Jones] U.S. Housing Starts Fall in December as Single-Family Projects Decline

[Reuters] More junk-rated US companies to default in Q1, Moody's forecasts

[CNBC] Government shutdown could disrupt upcoming tax season, IRS commissioner says

[Reuters] For many in China, the economy feels like it is in recession 

[Reuters] BOJ seen keeping policy ultra-easy, focus on rate-hike hints

[Reuters] ECB faces bumpy road to low inflation as wages rise

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Officials Converge Around June to Start Cutting Rates

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Surging Debt Supply to Boost Global Yields, Goldman Sachs Says

[Politico] NATO official warns West: Be ready for ‘anything

[WSJ] China’s Property Market May Keep Struggling Despite Stimulus

[WSJ] Who Are the Houthis? What to Know About the U.S., U.K. Strikes in Yemen

[FT] IMF official warns central banks against fuelling market hopes for rapid interest rate cuts