Monday, June 29, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Virus fears lead stocks lower after strong quarterly rebound

[Reuters] European shares pick up, dollar gains before quarter-end

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Heads for Biggest Quarterly Gain Since 2016 on Virus Woes

[CNBC] U.S. consumer confidence for June jumps more than expected

[Reuters] Wall Street faces danger signs after best quarter since '98

[AP] Fed’s program for loaning to Main Street off to slow start

[Reuters] China's June factory activity quickens, but exporters struggle amid pandemic

[Reuters] Japan factory output slumps as economy sinks deeper in recession

[Reuters] China passes Hong Kong security law amid global opposition

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Carry Trades Risk More Losses After Decade of Gains Wiped Out

[AP] Germany takes EU hot seat with big challenges, expectations

[NBC] 'We are getting clobbered': Six months into COVID-19, doctors fear what comes next

[MSN/NYT] ‘Our Luck May Have Run Out’: California’s Case Count Explodes

[NBC] No symptoms, big problems: Scientists still puzzled by asymptomatic coronavirus cases

[LMT] Coronavirus mutation has taken over the world. Scientists are trying to understand why

[Bloomberg] Coronavirus Pandemic Drags Global M&A to Lowest Level Since 2012

[WSJ] Regional Coronavirus Surges Force Changes in Plans Elsewhere in the U.S.

[WSJ] Wave of Corporate Failures Stays at Bay—For Now

[FT] Towering debts are a big threat, even if servicing costs are low