Monday, December 14, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rebound After Four-Day Slump: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street rises on stimulus hopes; Fed meet in focus

[Reuters] Dollar heavy amid stimulus progress, pound buoyed by Brexit hopes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Climbs as Stimulus, Fed and Fresh Lockdowns Support Advance

[CNBC] FDA staff endorses emergency use of Moderna’s Covid vaccine in a critical step toward approval

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] More U.S. Homeowners Seek to Delay Mortgage Payments

[AP] Explainer: How bad is the hack that targeted US agencies?

[CNBC] Covid live updates: U.S. hospitalizations top 110,000 as vaccine rollout continues

[CNBC] Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said that 90% of small businesses have exhausted PPP funds

[Reuters] Fleeing New Yorkers resulted in an estimated $34 bln in lost income -study

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Offers $145 Billion to Banks as Cash Supply Tightens

[Reuters] China's factory recovery steps up as export, consumer demand grows

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Recovery Gathers Pace, Setting Up Strong Growth for 2021

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Rules Out Freeing Fannie-Freddie Before Biden Takes Over

[Reuters] China's Nov property investment growth slows as land purchases weaken

[Bloomberg] China’s Tougher Delisting Rules Send Weakest Stocks Plunging

[WSJ] Suspected Russian Hack Said to Have Gone Undetected for Months

[WSJ] The U.S.-China Tech War Won’t End Under Biden

[WSJ] Fannie, Freddie Privatization Decisions Likely to Be Left to Biden Administration

[FT] Federal Reserve’s final meeting of 2020: four things to watch

[FT] China suspends top credit rating agency as defaults hit market

[FT] El-Erian: The risks that investors should prepare for in 2021