Friday, March 13, 2020

Friday Evening Links

[CNBC] Stocks post biggest rally since 2008, clawing back some of their coronavirus collapse

[Reuters] Euro zone bond yields rise as ECB seeks damage control

[AP] Trump preparing to invoke emergency powers over coronavirus

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: New York cases jump 30% overnight, Louvre and Eiffel Tower shut down

[Reuters] Coronavirus weighs on U.S. consumer sentiment in early February

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Europe is now the ‘epicenter’ of the pandemic, The Masters is postponed

[Reuters] Merkel says coronavirus situation more extraordinary than banking crisis

[Reuters] Coronavirus cases in Germany rise by 671 to top 3,000

[Reuters] U.S. summoning Chinese ambassador over Beijing coronavirus comments, U.S. official says

[Reuters] Coronavirus grounds dealmakers seeking to brave market turmoil

[Bloomberg] Charting the Economy: Central Banks Tremble at Crash of Markets

[Bloomberg] Municipal Bond Issuers Halt Billions of Sales in Market Rout

[Bloomberg] Even Deficit Hawks Support Big Spending to Fight the Virus Slump

[Bloomberg] Debt-Laden U.S. Hospitals Face ‘Critical’ 30 Days, JPMorgan Says

[WSJ] Markets Central to Financial System Remain Jittery Despite Fed Injection

[WSJ] Countries Curb Short Selling to Stem Steep Market Drops

[FT] Italy’s struggle with coronavirus threatens all of the eurozone

[FT] US will do ‘whatever we need to do’ to boost liquidity, says Mnuchin

[FT] The ‘greatest bankers’ won’t save us this time