Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Tuesday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow falls more than 100 points amid first US case of coronavirus, big decline in Boeing

[CNN] CDC confirms first US case of Wuhan coronavirus

[Reuters] Factbox: How a virus impacts the economy and markets

[Reuters] Factbox: Major severe coronavirus outbreaks in the past 20 years

[CNBC] Housing market falling short by nearly 4 million homes as demand grows

[CNBC] Boeing doesn’t expect regulators to sign off on 737 Max until June or July

[AP] IMF downgrade of growth outlook ups pressure on India’s Modi

[Reuters] North Korea abandons nuclear freeze pledge, blames 'brutal' U.S. sanctions

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks lower as China virus outbreak, growth fears sour mood

[Reuters] China virus sends chill through markets as risks rise

[Reuters] Yuan slips, yen gains as spread of China virus unnerves markets

[CNBC] Hong Kong falls beyond 2%, leading losses among major markets following Moody’s downgrade

[Reuters] Mnuchin says Phase 2 trade deal may not remove all tariffs: WSJ

[Reuters] Trump says Fed has lowered rates too slowly

[CNBC] Paul Tudor Jones says this ‘crazy’ stock market run reminds him a lot of ‘early ’99’

[Reuters] BOJ holds fire, nudges up growth forecast on receding global risks

[Reuters] China mystery virus claims sixth victim as holiday travel stokes risk

[Bloomberg] Lebanon’s Default Likely After March Bond, Oxford Economics Says

[Bloomberg] Here’s What Market Watchers Are Saying About the China Virus

[Bloomberg] Most of China’s Provinces See Economy Slowing in 2020

[WSJ] The Great U.S.-China Tech Divide

[WSJ] Virus in China Is Part of a Growing Threat

[WSJ] Goodwill Sparks Deep Division, at Least on Balance Sheets

[FT] Beijing and Taipei headed for collision over democracy