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Thursday, October 21, 2021

MARKET NEWS / CREDIT BUBBLE DAILY
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Doug Noland Posted on October 20, 2021

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Fall on Growth Concerns; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Slips From 7-Year High With Key U.S. Storage Hub in Focus

[Reuters] China Evergrande shares fall in resumed trade after $2.6 billion deal collapses

[Reuters] Turkish lira plummets to new low after central bank slashes rates

[AP] Big changes in White House ideas to pay for $2 trillion plan

[CNBC] Jobless claims fall again as enhanced pandemic benefits fade away

[Reuters] Inflation watch: Corporate chiefs see prices moving in only one direction

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Evergrande Shares Plunge as Deal Talks End, Sales Sink 97%

[Reuters] Analysis: What lies beneath? Hidden debt fears feed China’s property woes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Regulator Says Risk Contained, Shares Plunge: Evergrande Update

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Property Purge Hammers Weak Players While the Strong Gain

[CNBC] Evergrande is ‘just the beginning’: Professor says more firms must exit China’s property sector

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Energy Crisis Exposes EU Tensions With Few Fixes for Leaders

[Reuters] Analysis: Exit of ECB’s Weidmann, decade of economic change shows hawk as endangered species

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Removes Caixin From List of Official News Outlets After Angering Beijing

[CNBC] The delta variant has a mutation that’s worrying experts: Here’s what we know so far

[Reuters] NATO to agree master plan to deter growing Russian threat

[Bloomberg] Inflation Expectations Surge to Highest in More Than a Decade

[Bloomberg] Biden Tackles Supply-Chain Crisis With Few Tools, Clock Ticking

[Bloomberg] China’s Trouble Is Now About Much More Than Evergrande

[NYT] Fed Ethics Office Warned Officials to Curb Unnecessary Trading During Rescue

[WSJ] Evergrande Is Struggling to Sell Homes—and Its Assets

[WSJ] Chinese Developer Defaults Pile Up as Evergrande Contagion Spreads

[WSJ] Supply-Chain Crisis Fuels Latest Retreat From Globalization

[FT] Wage pressures become inflationary flashpoint in developed economies

[FT] Europe after Merkel: will Germany take a tougher approach?

[FT] Beijing targets top financial news outlet Caixin in media crackdown

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