Sunday, October 4, 2020

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street jumps on stimulus hopes, hints of Trump hospital discharge

[Reuters] Global stocks rise as signs of Trump's improving health calm markets

[CNBC] Trump and medical team will decide later Monday whether he’s discharged, chief of staff says

[Reuters] Oil prices claw back 2% after upbeat signals from Trump doctors

[Reuters] U.S. coronavirus relief bill complicated by top Republicans testing positive

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Second-largest theater chain to shutter all U.S., U.K. locations; tracking Trump’s treatment

[Reuters] Euro zone economic recovery in danger as COVID-19 resurgence hits service industries

[] Warnings Issued in the Caribbean Ahead of New Gulf Coast Hurricane Threat

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Disarray Has Emerging Markets Struggling to Hold the Line

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] HSBC’s Wild Ride Pushes Hedging Costs to Highest in a Decade

[Bloomberg] Record Shorts Show New Bets on Steeper Treasury Yield Curve

[WSJ] Bonds Were a Safety Net When Stocks Fell. Investors Fret They Aren’t Anymore.

[WSJ] America’s Main Street Revival Goes Into Reverse, Cutting a Small-Town Lifeline

[WSJ] U.S. Steps Up Efforts to Counter China’s Dominance of Minerals Key to Electric Cars, Phones

[FT] Roach: The end of the dollar’s exorbitant privilege

[FT] A new Cold War: Trump, Xi and the escalating US-China confrontation

[FT] IMF abandons public debt concerns and calls on governments to invest