Monday, March 30, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[CNBC] Stock fall more than 1% as the Dow heads for its worst first quarter ever

[Reuters] Stocks end worst quarter since 2008 with small recovery

[Reuters] Dollar surges on quarter-end flows; outlook robust

[Reuters] Oil rises after 18-year lows prompt U.S.- Russia talks plan

[Reuters] Coronavirus live updates: More Americans died from coronavirus than 9/11 attacks, airlines to consolidate routes

[Reuters] Fed broadens access to dollars with repo agreement for foreign central banks

[Reuters] Explainer: What the Federal Reserve has done in the coronavirus crisis

[CNBC] Home price gains were strong in January, says S&P Case-Shiller, before coronavirus hit US economy

[Reuters] Japan's factory output slows, plunge seen as virus grips economy

[Reuters] China March factory activity unexpectedly expands, but outlook still grim

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Nightmare Haunting Euro Founders May Be a Reality With Italy

[Reuters] KFC owner Yum Brands breaks junk debt market's four-week fast

[Reuters] Australia's AAA rating under a cloud as debt, deficit blow out

[Reuters] Tokyo records most new coronavirus cases in a day as pressure for lockdown builds

[Reuters] Brazil's jobless rate rises to 11.6% in three months to February - IBGE

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Sees 34% Plunge in U.S. GDP and 15% Unemployment

[Bloomberg] White House, Congress Weigh Next Stimulus With Virus Spreading

[Bloomberg] BOJ Fix for Bank Funding Sparks Turmoil in Japan’s Repo Market

[Bloomberg] Hedge Demand Shows ‘No Faith in This Rally,’ Credit Suisse Says

[Bloomberg] Turkey Widens Emergency Response With Central Bank’s Bond Buying

[NYT] U.S. Retail Crisis Deepens as Hundreds of Thousands Lose Work

[FT] Big banks left hanging after ‘disaster’ in risky loan market

[FT] Dealmaking grinds to a halt on coronavirus impact

[WSJ] Fed to Launch New Lending Facility for Foreign Central Banks

[WSJ] Credit Hedge Fund Suspends Redemptions in Sign of Market Stress

[WSJ] Huawei Warns U.S. of Retaliation by Beijing; Profit Growth Slows