Monday, January 27, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street recovers from Monday rout on tech, financial support

[Reuters] China says death toll from coronavirus rises to 106, confirmed cases hits 4,515

[CNBC] Home price gains continued to heat up in November

[CNBC] Consumer confidence jumps as job-market outlook improves

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders post biggest drop in eight months

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] The ‘Not QE’ Debate Looms Large Over Fed Decision

[Reuters] U.S. stock rally faces major test as China virus spreads

[Reuters] Japan warns about risks to economy from China virus outbreak

[Reuters] China sure of slaying 'devil' virus, Hong Kong to cut links

[Reuters] Confusion and lost time: how testing woes slowed China's coronavirus response

[Bloomberg] Gold Parades Haven Status With Rally to Highest Close Since ‘13

[Bloomberg] Virus Poses New Threat to Economy’s Fragile Stabilization

[Bloomberg] Six Strategists on What’s Next for Markets as Virus Fears Spread

[WSJ] With Rates on Hold, Fed Faces Decisions on Its Balance Sheet

[WSJ] What to Know About the New Chinese Coronavirus

[FT] Investors seek clarity from Fed on balance sheet expansion

[FT] Markets are much too complacent over the risk of inflation

[FT] Why some big investors have had enough of hedge funds

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow posts worst day since October and turns negative for the year as coronavirus fears grow

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields at three-month lows, yield curve flattens as coronavirus spreads

[Reuters] Safe havens up, Aussie, yuan weaken as coronavirus toll rises

[Reuters] Oil sinks to three-month lows as coronavirus raises demand fears

[Reuters] U.S. stock rally faces major test as China virus spreads

[Reuters] Coronavirus weighs on US leveraged loan market

[Reuters] U.S. CDC says no new confirmed cases of coronavirus, 110 under investigation

[Reuters] U.S. State Department warns against visiting China, citing coronavirus

[Forbes] The Coronavirus Is A Black Swan Event That May Have Serious Repercussions For The U.S. Economy And Job Market

[AP] Fed seems content with low rates but confronts challenges

[Bloomberg] Honda Evacuates, Starbucks Stores Shut: Virus Impact on Business

[Bloomberg] World’s Pile of Negative Debt Surges by the Most Since 2016