Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street skids after Apple's shock sales warning

[Reuters] Gold back above $1,600/oz as Apple's virus warning lifts safety demand

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Sanofi working on vaccine with US health agency, Jaguar faces parts shortage

[Reuters] U.S. imposes new rules on state-owned Chinese media over propaganda concerns

[CNBC] ‘Chernobyl-like’ response by China means ‘worst is yet to come’ for coronavirus, Raymond James say

[Bloomberg] Home Sales Jump With Builders Recording Best January Since Crash

[Bloomberg] U.S. Homebuilder Sentiment Eases While Staying Near 20-Year High

[WSJ] Defaults Are Rising in Sluggish New York City Hotel Market

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Apple hits stocks, euro near three-year low

[CNBC] Apple shares slide after coronavirus guidance warning as its global suppliers are hammered

[Reuters] Oil prices fall as market weighs coronavirus demand impact

[Reuters] China regulator says epidemic's impact on industry 'major' in February

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Gottlieb says Japan is on ‘cusp’ of outbreak, France warns of pandemic risk

[CNBC] Walmart earnings and outlook fall short as holiday season disappoints

[Reuters] China races to contain job losses as coronavirus batters economy

[Reuters] China to accept tariff exemption requests on 696 U.S. goods from March 2

[Reuters] 20 years after dot-com peak, tech dominance keeps investors on edge

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] German Investor Confidence Plunges Amid Coronavirus Risks

[Bloomberg] How Fast Can China’s Economy Bounce Back from Virus Lockdown?

[Bloomberg] Why China’s Debt Defaults Are Picking Up Yet Again

[Bloomberg] The Fed’s Cure for Money Markets Complicates Betting on the Fed

[Bloomberg] U.S. Options Traders Are So Bullish It’s Sending Warning Signals

[Bloomberg] China Shutdown to Ripple Across India From Drugs to Electronics

[WSJ] Companies Seize on Loan Demand With Near-Record Refinancing Push

[WSJ] Coronavirus Fight Brings Its Own Kind of Pain to Small Businesses

[FT] South Korea warns of economic ‘emergency’ from coronavirus

[FT] Big drama in corporate bonds could be closer than you think