Monday, September 14, 2020

Tuesday's News LInks

[Reuters] Wall Street higher ahead of two-day Fed meet

[Reuters] Gold gains as dollar softens ahead of Fed meeting

[Reuters] Yuan extends gains to 16-month high as China data boosts risk appetite

[AP] Federal Reserve to meet after sharp changes to its outlook

[CNBC] 26% of Americans have taken advantage of some type of payment deferral plan

[AP] Hurricane Sally slows, gathering a deluge for the Gulf Coast

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Global deaths rising; how pandemic affects energy markets

[Reuters] China's industrial output accelerates, consumers start to perk-up in boost to recovery

[Reuters] China's August property investment growth hits 16-month high

[Reuters] China says U.S. bans on Xinjiang imports sabotage global supply chains

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] A Growing Debt Mountain Is Starting to Crack as Asia Buyers Balk

[Reuters] Trump and Biden clash over U.S. wildfires as campaign turns to climate change

[Reuters] Oil industry paints grimmer picture of pandemic's harm to demand

[Reuters] 'Developing Asia' to shrink for first time in nearly six decades: ADB

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] India Plans to Introduce Law to Ban Cryptocurrency Trading

[Bloomberg] Crowded Tech Stocks Have Investors ‘Paranoid’ About Bubble Risks

[Bloomberg] India’s Defense Minister Says China Border Tensions Serious

[FT] Economists warn of US ‘wasteland’ without stimulus deal

[FT] Japan after Abe: Suga aims to consolidate power

[FT] China’s currency hits 16-month high on retail spending boost