Thursday, February 13, 2020

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street dips on coronavirus concerns, mixed earnings

[Reuters] Oil prices climb on prospects for deeper OPEC+ output cuts

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: US confirms 15th case, global cases soar above 60,300

[Reuters] Rents lift U.S. core inflation; weekly jobless claims rise slightly

[Reuters] Trump Fed nominee Shelton hits bipartisan skepticism in Senate hearing

[AP] US brings new charges against Chinese tech giant Huawei

[Reuters] New York Fed to further reduce repo support

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Jump in coronavirus cases yanks rally into reverse

[Reuters] Oil prices fall on bearish demand forecasts

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: China’s Hubei reports 14,840 new cases, 242 additional deaths

[Reuters] Coronavirus deaths, cases leap in China; markets shiver

[Reuters] Japan records first coronavirus death, two taxi drivers test positive

[AP] China’s auto sales plunge in January, deepening market slump

[AP] A Trump Fed choice faces Senate scrutiny over policy views

[Reuters] Despite $1 trillion deficits, Trump tax cuts will still 'pay for themselves': Mnuchin

[CNS] Federal Taxes and Spending Set Records Through January

[AP] UK Treasury chief quits as Johnson shakes up Cabinet

[CNBC] Charlie Munger warns there are ‘lots of troubles coming’ because of ‘too much wretched excess’

[CNBC] Tesla shares fall after company announces $2 billion common stock offering

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Braces for Fresh Trillion-Dollar Wave of Fund Flows

[WSJ] The Latest Member of an Athlete’s Entourage? A Private-Equity Guru.

[FT] Global shipping market reels from coronavirus