Thursday, November 12, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks bounce back as Cisco, Disney jump after results

[Reuters] Global stocks flatline, bond yields slide as caution replaces vaccine euphoria

[Reuters] Oil falls on coronavirus surge but on track for weekly gain

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stock Funds Get Record $44.5 Billion Inflows on Vaccine Optimism

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Quant Shock That ‘Never Could Happen’ Hits Wall Street Models

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: U.S. records more than 150,000 Covid cases in a single day

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Germany Damps Christmas Hopes; Musk Bashes Tests: Virus Update

[AP] Virus surge: Schools abandon classes, states retreat

[Reuters] Chicago and Detroit told to hunker down as pandemic surges

[AP] States ramp up for biggest vaccination effort in US history

[Politico] Biden signals Wall Street crackdown with transition picks

[Reuters] China Oct bank loans fall more than expected but broader credit growth quickens

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stress in China’s Credit Market Spills Over to Financial Stocks

[Reuters] China warns of action after Pompeo says Taiwan not part of China

[Reuters] Analysis: Surprise defaults may slow global stampede into China bonds

[Bloomberg] Yield Mania Gives Breathing Space to Indebted Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] China’s $900 Billion Funding Gap to Provide Clue on Stimulus

[WSJ] Europe, Asia and Latin America: How Biden’s Foreign Policy Could Impact U.S. Allies

[WSJ] More High-Yield Muni Borrowers Are Defaulting but Investors Still Want In

[WSJ] Investors Flock to SPACs, Where Risks Lurk and Track Records Are Poor

[FT] Lael Brainard, the internationalist in line for top Treasury job

[FT] Scale of Turkey’s economic crisis triggered Erdogan family implosion