Thursday, January 23, 2020

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 gains, Nasdaq hits new high as investors eye earnings, coronavirus

[CNBC] Coronavirus cases rise to more than 800 worldwide as China confirms death toll has risen to 25

[Reuters] Coronavirus fears weigh on global equity markets

[Reuters] 'This is an emergency in China' says WHO, as virus death toll rises to 18

[Reuters] Mnuchin says U.S. government must cut spending, shrink deficits: CNBC

[Bloomberg] Cboe Chief Says Early Hedging of U.S. Election Is ‘Unprecedented’

[FT] Alarm spreads over coronavirus outbreak despite China travel curbs

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Virus fears sap stocks; ECB gets ready for rethink

[CNBC] Mainland Chinese stocks drop as much as 3.5% as coronavirus fears grip investors

[Reuters] Oil slump deepens as China virus casts cloud over fuel demand, economy

[Reuters] China orders 'unprecedented' lockdown of two cities at virus epicenter

[CNBC] White House has started work on second round of tax cuts to boost growth, Mnuchin says

[CNBC] ECB launches review that will redefine its mission and tools

[Reuters] Japan exports shrink for 13th month in further blow to economy

[Reuters] China central bank to lower funding costs, prevent debt and inflation risks: adviser

[Reuters] After China trade deal, Europe and UK next on Trump's to-do list

[Reuters] Lebanon's new government may have little reserves left to stabilize economy

[Bloomberg] China Traders Dump Stocks With Any Link to Virus Epicenter Wuhan

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Trade Deal Hastens China’s Retreat From U.S. Farmers

[Bloomberg] ‘Peak Greed’ Fuels Record Junk Bond Sales in Europe

[Bloomberg] Amateur Investors Are Making Risky Bets That Could Wipe Them Out

[Bloomberg] HNA Faces $500 Million Debt Deadline Before Lunar New Year

[Bloomberg] State Bank Chairman Says Yes Bank ‘Will Not Be Allowed to Fail’

[Bloomberg] CLOs Are Packed With New Loopholes, Triggering Investor Backlash

[Bloomberg] Inside China’s Virus Zone, Unease Grips a City in Lockdown

[WSJ] Ebullient Mood in Davos Should Put Investors on Edge

[WSJ] Political Turmoil Triggers Slump in Italian Assets

[FT] Eurozone bankers launch fresh push against negative rates

[FT] Wuhan hospitals overwhelmed as China fights coronavirus