Thursday, May 14, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slide on Rising Trade Concern: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Investors Flee Risk on U.S.-China Row, Powell Warning

[Reuters] Oil back at early April highs as demand shows signs of picking up

[Reuters] Coronavirus savages U.S. retail sales again in April

[Reuters] U.S. House aims to pass $3 trillion Democratic coronavirus bill rejected by Republicans

[CNBC] US-China tensions rise as Trump administration moves to cut Huawei off from global chip suppliers

[Reuters] China ready to put Apple, other U.S. companies in 'unreliable entity list': Global Times

[Reuters] China's factory output posts first increase for 2020 but consumption still weak

[Reuters] Coronavirus updates: Germany reports 913 new cases; restaurants reopen in Australia’s biggest state

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Is All In: Here Are the Key Features of Its Lending

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Buys $305 Million of ETFs at Launch of Historic Program

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Germany Plunges Into Recession With Biggest Slump in Decade

[FT] How bank hedging jolted investors into talk of negative rates

[Bloomberg] Virus Revives Worst-Case Scenarios for U.S.-China Relationship

[Bloomberg] China’s Cautious Economic Reboot Is a Warning for the World

[Bloomberg] Brazil Reports New Record of Covid Daily Cases With 13,944

[WSJ] Who’s on the Hook for Skipped Mortgage Payments?

[WSJ] Coronavirus to Slow U.S. Meat Production for Months, CEO Says

[FT] US escalates China tensions with tighter Huawei controls