Sunday, March 1, 2020

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow futures reverse, indicating a positive open on Wall Street

[Reuters] Asian markets set for more losses as coronavirus spreads

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: New York State reports first case, China’s cases cross 80,000

[CNBC] Markets Sunday live updates: Futures tumble, scary China economic data, traders search for bottom

[CNN] First case of novel coronavirus confirmed in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says

[CNN] Italy reports a 50% increase in confirmed coronavirus cases

[CNBC] China’s February factory activity shows weakest reading on record, private survey shows

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda says will take steps to stabilize markets

[Reuters] Australian financial regulators in emergency meeting to discuss coronavirus impact: source

[Reuters] Goldman Sachs sees Fed cutting soon, perhaps before March 17-18 meeting

[Bloomberg] Stock Rout Continues, Bond Yields Set New Records: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ‘Fear Factor’ Is Running High as Currency Markets Resume Trading

[Bloomberg] Fed Ready to Cut Rates Despite Doubt They Can Offset Virus

[Bloomberg] China’s Vulnerable Markets Face Deluge of New Shares, Bonds

[Bloomberg] Australia’s Housing Boom Is Back as Key Cities Hit Record-High Prices

[WSJ] U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Widens

[WSJ] Coronavirus Is Different. It’s Rapidly Hitting Supply and Demand.

[FT] Federal Reserve should not try to fight the coronavirus

Sunday's News Links

[K5News] Over 50 people at Kirkland nursing facility undergoing testing for coronavirus

[Reuters] South Korea closes churches as coronavirus tally passes 3,500

[Reuters] Coronavirus weighs on South Korea February trade; ministry says worse to come

[Reuters] Schools, universities to stay shut as Italy coronavirus death toll rises

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Australia and Thailand report their first deaths

[CNBC] Trump calls for lower rates amid coronavirus fallout: ‘Fed should start being a leader’

[NYT] Coronavirus Tests Limits of Central Bank Firepower

[Bloomberg] Middle Eastern Stocks Plunge as Oil Gets Hammered by Coronavirus

[Bloomberg] Investors Cast Wary Eye on Market Open With Bad News Piling Up

[Bloomberg] China Economy Seen Headed for Deeper Contraction on Factory Drop

[WSJ] Deepening Rout in Commodities Stokes Fears About World Economy

[WSJ] Coronavirus Is Different. Almost No Company Is Safe.

[WSJ] Coronavirus Delivers Another Blow to Embattled Shale Drillers