Thursday, February 6, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Rally in stocks runs out of steam as coronavirus toll climbs

[Reuters] Oil falls as Russia needs time on more OPEC+ cuts

[CNBC] US added 225,000 jobs in January, vs 158,000 expected

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: More stores in China close, Trump heaps praise on Xi

[Reuters] China's central bank says coronavirus outbreak could disrupt economy in first-quarter, has many policy tools

[Reuters] Coronavirus cases on cruise liner off Japan jump to 61

[Reuters] China says banks' non-performing loan ratios to rise due to virus outbreak

[Reuters] Hong Kong shoppers snap up rice and noodles as coronavirus fears mount

[Reuters] Chinese public mourns, rages over death of doctor who raised early alarm on coronavirus

[Reuters] Quarles says Fed could better align Treasuries, reserves to ease repo pressure

[Reuters] Biggest German industry slump in a decade revives recession fears

[Bloomberg] Quarles Says Fed Eyeing Tweaks to Improve Money Market Liquidity

[Bloomberg] IPhone Maker Foxconn Warns Staff to Keep Away From Shenzhen Base

[FT] Global gas market in crisis as China rebuffs imports

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. reaches new highs as China moves to limit coronavirus impact

[Reuters] Stocks rally, safe-haven currencies drop, on China plan to cut tariffs

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: China more isolated as airlines cancel flights, Hubei confirms 2,447 new cases, 69 deaths

[Reuters] Shares of U.S. LNG firms tumble as China demand slumps

[CNBC] China grows isolated as airlines cancel more than 50,000 flights amid coronavirus epidemic

[AP] Global tourism takes major hit as virus halts Chinese travel

[Reuters] Global automaker supplies threatened by China coronavirus crisis

[Reuters] Federal Reserve says 2020 stress test will include 'heightened stress' in leveraged loans

[Bloomberg] Red Flags Emerge in U.S. Stocks With Insiders Rushing to Sell

[Bloomberg] High-Tax States’ Bonds Are So in Demand That Ratings Don’t Matter

[Bloomberg] Ken Griffin Says Markets Are Unprepared for Inflation

[WSJ] Shale Gas Swamps Asia, Pushing LNG Prices to Record Lows