Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Nasdaq mint record highs after strong U.S. data, waning virus fears

[Reuters] China reports 73 new deaths on mainland from virus outbreak on February 5

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: US can’t keep virus ‘out of our border,’ NYC has 2 new ‘patients under investigation’

[Reuters] China virus hits cruise ships, carmakers, airlines and Airbus

[Reuters] Mattress seller Casper's IPO slashes valuation by more than half

[Bloomberg] Virus Hits Copper Trade as China Asks Chile to Defer Cargoes

[Bloomberg] Virus Hits Hong Kong Insurers Already Reeling From Protests

[Bloomberg] China Risks Exporting Its Market Volatility Like Never Before

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stimulus hope, virus containment steps fuel renewed equity surge

[Reuters] Oil jumps 3% on reports of effective coronavirus drug

[CNBC] Private payrolls soar in January, the best monthly gain in nearly 5 years

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: WHO says there are ‘no known’ treatments, ECB chief says outbreak fuels economic uncertainty

[Reuters] China virus toll nears 500; cruise ships, Hong Kong flights hit

[Reuters] Passengers quarantined on coronavirus-hit cruise ship off Japan

[Reuters] China's services sector growth hits three-month low in January: Caixin PMI

[Reuters] Companies feel impact of coronavirus outbreak in China

[Reuters] U.S. to review new curbs on Huawei, China in Feb meeting: sources

[Bloomberg] Central Bankers Roll Out Anti-Virus Efforts in Southeast Asia

[Bloomberg] China Epidemic Threatens a Broader Wave of Defaults in 2020

[Bloomberg] Weak Growth Drags Credit Health of India Firms to 8-Year Low

[FT] Investors need to position for a US-China clash of civilisations

[FT] Why coffee has been caught up in the coronavirus sell-off