Thursday, November 12, 2020

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Slump on Lockdown Angst Amid Stimulus Limbo: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dow, S&P 500 fall as COVID-19 pandemic rages on

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Posts $284.1 Billion Budget Deficit at Start of Fiscal 2021

[Reuters] U.S. starts fiscal 2021 with 111% jump in October deficit

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] White House Leaves Stimulus to Congress After Failed Talks

[Reuters] Congressional COVID-19 impasse continues, Pelosi warns 'house is burning down'

[Reuters] Exclusive: Trump administration readies crackdown on U.S. investments in Chinese firms - sources

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: U.S. cases continue their rapid rise; ex-FDA chief urges Americans to stay home

[CNBC] Chicago Mayor asks residents to cancel Thanksgiving plans and stay indoors as Covid cases rise

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Powell Warns of U.S. Economy Risk With Pandemic at Deadliest Yet

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Home Prices in the U.S Increase at Fastest Rate Since 2013

[Reuters] U.S. needs tougher antitrust enforcement: Biden transition team expert

[The Hill] McEnany predicts 'quite large' turnout at 'Million MAGA March' in DC

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Trump’s Fed Nominees Could Be Considered in Senate Next Week

[Reuters] Fed Chair Powell says next months could be 'challenging'

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Loading Up on Darling Stocks Got a Rude Awakening

[Reuters] Saudi crown prince warns kingdom will strike those that threaten its security

[WSJ] As Covid-19 Surges to New Levels Across U.S., States Impose Flurry of Measures

[FT] Tett: Investors should take heed of the inflation chatter