Sunday, February 2, 2020

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street higher after steep selloff

[Reuters] Global stocks hover near seven-week lows as virus fears hit China markets after holiday

[Reuters] Virus fears wipe $393 billion off China's stock market despite government support moves

[Reuters] China's yuan weakens but resilient yen points to risk recovery

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] Chinese markets plummet beyond 7% amid virus fears on first trading day after Lunar New Year holiday

[Reuters] Asian shares drop, commodities sink on virus fears after Lunar New Year break

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stock Index Futures Rebound, Paring Two Weeks of Declines

[Reuters] Offshore Chinese yuan up 0.1% vs dollar ahead of China market re-opening

[Reuters] Oil extends decline on concerns about virus' impact on China demand

[Reuters] China cbank unexpectedly cuts reverse repo rates to help economy as virus spreads

[Reuters] China to subsidize interest payments for some firms hit by virus outbreak - state media

[Reuters] China moves to limit short selling as virus looms over market reopening

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Vows to Support Market, U.S. Limits Flights: Virus Update

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: China says death toll hits 361 as confirmed cases rise to 17,205

[CNN] US travel restrictions go into place Sunday evening to combat coronavirus spread

[Bloomberg] Yen Slips and Aussie Firms as Traders Brace for China Reopening

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set to Drop as China Traders Return: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Culls 18,000 Chickens After H5N1 Bird Flu Cases in Hunan

[NYT] Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say

[NYT] Virus Pummels Wuhan, a City Short of Supplies and Overwhelmed

[WSJ] Traders Brace for More Stock Volatility