Thursday, January 30, 2020

Thursday Evening Links

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: China says death toll hits 213, confirmed cases rise to 9,692

[Reuters] Dow rises more than 100 points in late comeback, erases a 244-point drop

[Reuters] China virus fears accelerates tumble in euro zone bond yields

[AP] UN agency declares global emergency over virus from China

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: CDC confirms first person-to-person transmission of coronavirus in US

[Reuters] Policymakers fret over risk to global growth from China virus outbreak

[Reuters] U.S. farm bankruptcies hit an eight-year high: court data

[Bloomberg] Coronavirus May Drag China GDP Down to 4.5% in First Quarter

[Bloomberg] Homeownership Rate in the U.S. Climbs to Highest Since 2013

[Bloomberg] Bernie Sanders Adviser Says U.S. Can Safely Add $500 Billion to Deficit

[WSJ] Coronavirus Triggers Damage Control From Governments, Companies

[FT] Coronavirus wreaks havoc on tech supply chain

[FT] Tett: Reasons to worry about our addiction to loose money

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks down, safe havens up on China virus worries

[Reuters] Oil falls 2% on spread of China virus

[Reuters] Copper slides to five-month low on China demand angst

[CNBC] US fourth-quarter GDP rose 2.1% and full-year closes with a 2.3% gain

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Russia closes China border as outbreak tops 7,900 cases with 170 deaths

[Reuters] Factbox: What to watch from the WHO statement on the new coronavirus

[Reuters] Heatwave and high winds bring renewed wildfire threat in Australia

[Bloomberg] Powell Paves Way for Possible Dovish Shift in Inflation Strategy

[Bloomberg] Death Toll Climbs to 170 and Economic Threat Grows: Virus Update

[Bloomberg] China’s Yuan Tumble Past 7 May See Less Disruption This Time

[Bloomberg] China Dollar Bond Euphoria Seen Waning Amid Virus Jitters

[Bloomberg] Chinese No Longer Welcome as Coronavirus Fear Grips World

[Bloomberg] German Inflation Accelerates to Strongest Level in Nine Months

[FT] Analysts fear the market is hooked on Fed support

[FT] Negative-yielding debt sends investors scurrying into gold

[FT] Coronavirus outbreak poses challenge for China’s centralised political system