Thursday, October 29, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slumps as tech stocks slide, COVID cases jump

[Reuters] World stocks take fresh dip as COVID infection rate weighs

[CNBC] Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon stock down after earnings fail to wow Wall Street

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Set for Worst Month Since March as Virus Revival Cuts Travel

[Reuters] Apple shares fall as iPhone sales dip weighs on record quarterly results

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Volatility Markets Flash Signs of Distress After Turbulent Week

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending beats expectations in September

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Sentiment Edged Up in Late October, Remained Low

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Inconclusive Election Poses ‘Terrifying Risk’ Say Wall Street Analysts

[Reuters] 2020 U.S. Election: What you need to know right now

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: U.S. infections soar to record highs as hospitalizations climb in 41 states

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] These Are the Charts That Scare Wall Street

[NYP] El Paso to impose second lockdown as local hospitals reach capacity

[AP] Eurozone growth soars record 12.7% but fears grow for winter

[Reuters] COVID-19 cases in England rose by 51,900 per day last week: ONS

[Bloomberg] Fed Has ‘Arsonist and Fireman’ Reputation Traders Can’t Ignore

[Bloomberg] Here’s What Economists Are Saying About China’s New 5-Year Plan

[WSJ] Investors See Senate Races as Key to Election’s Market Impact

[WSJ] Gold, Bonds Failed to Protect Investors Amid Stock-Market Swoon

[FT] Treasury sell-off reignites question: how high can yields go?