Monday, November 16, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Stocks Fall on Virus Angst; Pound Gains: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] S&P, Dow retreat as coronavirus cases spike; Tesla surges

[Reuters] Dollar nurses losses amid worries about second coronavirus wave, Biden transition

[Reuters] U.S. retail sales miss expectations in October

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: U.S. cases continue jarring rise as Europe’s second wave shows signs of slowing

[Reuters] Analysis: Despite vaccine progress, investors eye Fed support as coronavirus surges

[Reuters] Strict new limits imposed coast to coast in U.S. as COVID-19 surge continues

[Reuters] U.S. being left behind after Asia forms world's biggest trade bloc: U.S. Chamber

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] America’s Zombie Companies Have Racked Up $1.4 Trillion of Debt

[CNBC] U.S. ETF market tops $5 trillion in assets as investors stampede into stocks on vaccine hopes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BofA Says Market Is So Bullish It’s Time to Sell on Vaccine News

[EdgeMarkets/Bloomberg] China credit stress deepens as more state firms default

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fund Managers Are Incubating a Future Bond Market Crash

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Traders Shorting VIX Spur Inflows to $1.2 Billion Fund Down 34%

[WSJ] Treasury Yields Test Recent Highs as Chinese Corporate Bonds Weaken

[WSJ] Judy Shelton Faces More GOP Opposition for Fed Nomination, Setting Up Close Vote

[WSJ] Hundreds of Companies That Got Stimulus Aid Have Failed

[WSJ] Major Chinese Chip Company Defaults on Debt

[FT] Hedge funds under scrutiny over role in March bond market ructions

[FT] China SOEs nervousness derails $2.4bn in planned bond sales

[FT] Eurozone economy: the struggle to stay afloat until a vaccine arrives