Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Thursday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Slide, Bonds Rise After Jobs Data: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Traders Dump TSMC, Samsung in Worst Day in Asia Tech Since March

[Reuters] Oil and stocks fall as markets still rattled by Fed minutes

[Reuters] Most Asian currencies weaken, Thai baht falls most

[CNBC] U.S. weekly jobless claims jump back above 1 million

[Reuters] Fed to cut one-week dollar swap operations with major central banks

[Reuters] China, United States agree to hold trade talks, Chinese commerce ministry says

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Teachers threaten strikes in Detroit and NYC; WHO warns of resurgence in Europe

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Wall Street Rethinks Stock Strategy as Dollar Risks Rise

[AP] Northern California wildfires threatening thousands of homes

[Reuters] China vows all necessary measures to protect its firms following U.S. curbs on Huawei

[Reuters] China's outstanding loans to small businesses up 27.5% year-on-year by end-July

[Reuters] Millions of Chinese investors rushed into July's stock market rally

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold to Gain on Massive Currency Debasement, SkyBridge Says

[Bloomberg] China’s Stock Mania Lures Most New Traders Since 2015

[FT] Central banks scale back dollar lending operation as demand drops

[FT] Today’s ultra-low interest rates are anything but ‘natural’

[FT] US share buybacks almost cut in half by pandemic

[FT] Macro hedge funds enjoy unlikely renaissance

[FT] Why is the ‘anti-vaxxer’ movement growing during a worldwide pandemic?