Monday, February 24, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[CNBC] Dow drops 300 points, extending Monday’s rout as bond yields drop

[Reuters] Global stocks sink further as virus fears weigh

[Reuters] Oil falls for third day as virus concern outweigh supply cuts

[CNBC] Home prices increase 3.8% in December, according to the S&P Case-Shiller index

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: CDC raises travel warning for South Korea, US airlines waive cancellation fees

[Reuters] Coronavirus further isolates Iran, strains South Korea, Italy

[AP] China struggles to revive manufacturing amid virus outbreak

[Reuters] Virus 'literally knocking at the door', WHO warns countries

[Reuters] Markets bet Fed is pushed to cut rates in coronavirus response

[Reuters] South Korea to test 200,000 members of church at centre of coronavirus outbreak

[Reuters] Japan's Abe urges telecommuting, staggered shifts to curb coronavirus

[Reuters] Falling exports bring German economy to standstill in fourth quarter

[Bloomberg] Economists War-Game Pandemic Threat to Global Growth

[NYT] As the Start-Up Boom Deflates, Tech Is Humbled

[WSJ] Coronavirus’s Global Spread May Not Be Contained, WHO Says

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow plunges 1,000 points on coronavirus fears, 3.5% drop is worst in two years

[Reuters] Oil slumps 5% on demand concerns as coronavirus spreads

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: WHO calls Iran and Italy cases ‘deeply concerning,’ Goldman cuts GDP forecast

[Reuters] Coronavirus concerns spur odd market moves

[Reuters] Sixth Italian dies from coronavirus in Europe's worst flare-up

[CNBC] Coronavirus fears cause mortgage rates to plunge to 8-year low

[Bloomberg] Global Safety Rush Sends U.S. Yields Plunging Toward Record Lows

[Bloomberg] Italy Risks a Recession That Could Pummel Europe’s Economy

[Bloomberg] U.S. Considers Expelling Chinese Journalists After Americans Barred

[WSJ] Coronavirus Tests Europe’s Open Borders as Italy Death Toll Rises

[WSJ] Gold Jumps to Fresh Seven-Year High as Investors Flee Riskier Markets

[WSJ] Korea’s Coronavirus Spread Puts an Export Hub at Risk

[WSJ] Coronavirus’s Global Spread May Not Be Contained, WHO Says