Friday, April 3, 2020

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls as coronavirus shreds U.S. payrolls

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: US deaths top 7,000, Fauci warns about ‘knockout drug’

[Reuters] Republican leader McConnell says another coronavirus bill is coming

[Reuters] The watchdogs overseeing the $2.3 trillion U.S. bailout

[CNBC] Bank of America says 85,000 small businesses have asked for $22.2 billion in loans since 9 a.m.

[Reuters] Helicopters? Bailouts? Central banks move to stem coronavirus crisis

[Bloomberg] A Trio of Downgrades Spell Default Danger for Emerging Markets

[WSJ] Kissinger: The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street lower as record jobs growth ends

[Reuters] Stocks fall as business signals hit from pandemic, oil grinds higher

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Surges as Producers Eye 10 Million Barrel a Day Output Cut

[CNBC] US payrolls drop 701,000 in March, the first jobs decline since 2010

[CNBC] US services sector growth slows down in March, ISM says

[Reuters] OPEC+ debates biggest-ever oil cut as virus destroys demand

[Reuters] Trump to host Big Oil execs at White House to discuss market slump

[Reuters] China's services activity shrinks further in March, job cuts fastest on record: Caixin PMI

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Google site shows who’s social distancing, Pelosi wants more govt relief

[Forbes] Why U.S. Housing Bubble 2.0 Is About To Burst

[CNBC] China pursues global leadership ambitions as it offers aid during the coronavirus crisis

[Bloomberg] OPEC+ Pushes for Global Cut to Stem Rout as Russia Ready to Move

[Bloomberg] Global Cost of Coronavirus Could Reach $4.1 Trillion, ADB Says

[WSJ] Coronavirus Battle Throws Open Eurozone’s Divide

[WSJ] Saudi Arabia, Russia to Debate Oil Cuts, Pushing Crude Sharply Higher

[FT] Why America’s $1.3tn car-loan market cannot avoid a pile-up