. THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
Miners keep ASX steady as markets enjoy China boost
The Australian sharemarket held steady on Monday, down just 0.16 per cent at close, despite a positive start off the back of news that China would relax some of its COVID-19 restrictions
. RTT NEWS
Asian shares give up gains to end mostly lower
Asian stocks ended mostly lower on Monday, as hawkish comments from a Federal Reserve official offset investor optimism over China’s sweeping rescue package to salvage its real estate market
S&P 500 is flat on Monday as Wall Street takes a breather after its best week since June
The S&P 500 was little changed on Monday after it posted its biggest weekly gain in almost five months on the back of easing inflation data.
Oil reverses gains, falls on China Covid surge, firmer dollar
Oil prices pared earlier gains and fell on Monday, dragged down by a firmer U.S. dollar and record high coronavirus cases in major Chinese cities that dashed hopes of the reopening of the economy of the world’s biggest crude importer.
Gold drops 1% as Fed warning on inflation boosts dollar
Gold fell 1% on Monday pressured by a firmer U.S. dollar, after Federal Reserve Governor Christopher Waller warned markets that the central bank was not softening its fight against inflation.
. THE FINACIAL TIMES
German government nationalises Gazprom subsidiary
. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
FTX, Bankman-Fried in Crosshairs of U.S. Prosecutors
The crypto exchange’s collapse likely exposed the company and founder Sam Bankman-Fried to potential criminal liability.