Thursday, September 23, 2021

Thursday, September 23, 2021
Doug Noland Posted on September 22, 2021

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Gain; Treasuries Dip With Dollar: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Asian shares gain but Evergrande jitters keep investors on edge

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Falls From Two-Month High as China Evergrande Fears Loom

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Stocks From Property to Tech Jump as Evergrande Hopes Rise

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Tells Evergrande to Avoid Near-Term Default on Bonds

[CNBC] U.S. weekly jobless claims total 351,000 topping 320,000 estimate

[Dow Jones] U.S. Economic Growth Slowed in August — Chicago Fed

[Reuters] Evergrande debt crisis ensnares retail investors, builders and homebuyers

[Reuters] China’s Evergrande chairman seeks to reassure investors, shares surge

[Reuters] Evergrande domestic debt deal calms immediate contagion concern

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Pumps $17 Billion into System Amid Evergrande Concerns

[Reuters] The great central bank exit begins as Norway hikes rates

[Reuters] Turkish central bank surprises with rate cut sought by Erdogan

[Reuters] Bank of England nudges up inflation outlook, split over QE widens

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Euro-Area Business Activity ‘Markedly’ Slows Amid Supply Strains

[Reuters] Labor shortages hit electronics makers as chip drought persists, causing delays

[CNBC] Chip shortage expected to cost auto industry $210 billion in revenue in 2021

[CNBC] Average daily U.S. Covid deaths climb above 2,000 for the first time since March

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Warns on Food Security as Coal Crunch Hits Fertilizers

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] A Climate Reckoning Is Coming for the World’s Government Debt

[Reuters] Russian navy practises striking Black Sea targets as Ukraine, U.S. hold drills

[Reuters] Taiwan jets scramble again as China air force enters air defence zone

[WSJ] Fed Officials See ‘Transitory’ Inflation Lasting Quite a While

[WSJ] China Makes Preparations for Evergrande’s Demise

[FT] Evergrande deadline sends chills through $400bn Asian debt market

[FT] The Fed prepares to tighten: five takeaways from its latest meeting

[FT] More Federal Reserve officials see first interest rate rise in 2022

[FT] German election: a new era of uncertain coalition politics

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