Sunday, July 12, 2020

Monday's News LInks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Rise on Policy Optimism; Dollar Declines: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Stock futures rise as investors shake off a continued spike in coronavirus cases

[Reuters] Shares eye five-month peak as earnings season starts

[Reuters] Dollar decline continues as investors parse economic data, earnings

[Reuters] Federal Reserve's $3 trillion virus rescue inflates market bubbles

[CNBC] Homebuilders just saw the strongest June sales since the last housing boom, as pandemic pushes more buyers to the suburbs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] American Investors Are Plugging the U.S.’s Record Budget Deficit

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wall Street Reaps a Bonanza on Fed’s Support for Corporate Debt

[CNBC] Coronavirus updates: Pfizer, BioNTech vaccine candidates get ‘fast track’; Germany aims to avoid second wave

[Reuters] WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 230,000

[Reuters] Japan, U.S. discussing jump in coronavirus cases at U.S. military bases

[CNBC] China’s central bank sees little need for more emergency stimulus this year

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Renews Push for Increased Global Role for the Yuan

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hong Kong’s Unshakable Dollar Suffers Sudden Bout of Weakness

[Bloomberg] Italian Banks Most Exposed to Virus-Hit Sectors, Risking Capital

[WSJ] Blank-Check Boom Gets Boost From Coronavirus

[WSJ] Scientists Hoped Summer Temperatures Would Tamp Down Covid-19 Cases. What Happened?

[FT] Climate change: what Antarctica’s ‘doomsday glacier’ means for the planet