Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Investors charge back into stocks on signs coronavirus spread is slowing

[Reuters] Oil jumps as slowdown in new China coronavirus cases eases fuel demand concerns

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: China reports 97 additional deaths, total cases top 44,000

[Reuters] 'Everyone is guessing' about coronavirus economic impacts, say experts

[CNBC] Mini-mortgage refinance boom continues as coronavirus keeps rates low

[Reuters] Japan cruise ship coronavirus cases climb to 175, including quarantine officer

[Reuters] Foxconn aims to resume half of output in virus-hit China by month-end -source

[Bloomberg] China Retail Shutdowns Spread as Virus Concerns Grow

[Bloomberg] Lebanon’s Bonds Plunge to Record Lows as Greylock Forms Group

[NYT] As Coronavirus Stifles China, Economic Logjams Build Worldwide

[NYT] SoftBank Takes Another Multibillion-Dollar Hit From Bad Bets

[WSJ] Surge in Euro Borrowing Could Store Up Trouble for Later

[WSJ] U.S. Officials Say Huawei Can Covertly Access Telecom Networks

[WSJ] Fed’s Jerome Powell Set to Testify Before Senate on Economy

[WSJ] Credit-Card Debt in U.S. Rises to Record $930 Billion

[FT] Coronavirus sends ripples through global economy

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Nasdaq notch record highs as virus fears wane

[Reuters] Oil prices rise from 13-month low as new virus cases slow

[Reuters] U.S. household debt tops $14 trillion and reaches new record

[Reuters] Fed's Powell says economy in good place, warns on coronavirus

[Reuters] China's Huanggang says virus situation in city remains severe

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Plunged 90% in First Week of February

[WSJ] FTC Expands Antitrust Investigation Into Big Tech