[CNBC] Fewer kids are going to college because they say it costs too much

[AP] China, North Korea loom as Blinken, Austin head to Asia

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed to Hike Rates in 2023 but Dots Won’t Show It, Economists Say

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB’s Kazaks Says Yield Gains Won’t Always Spur More Bond Buying

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Central Banks Confront Enthusiasm of Investors: Eco Week

[AP] Survivors struggle as scientists race to solve COVID mystery

[Bloomberg] Yellen Says U.S. Inflation Risk Remains Small, ‘Manageable’

[Bloomberg] AstraZeneca’s EU Vaccine Woes Deepens on Clots, Nationalism

[WSJ] White House Weighs How to Pay for Long-Term Economic Program

[WSJ] Turbocharged Economy Leaves Factories Struggling to Deliver Goods That Shoppers Want

[WSJ] China Becomes First Major Economy to Start Withdrawing Pandemic Stimulus Efforts

[WSJ] Short Sellers Boost Bets Against SPACs

[FT] Will the Fed push back against higher bond yields?