Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks edge higher as Trump suggests U.S. outbreak nearing peak

[AP] Global shares mostly lower amid worries on pandemic toll

[Reuters] Dollar creeps higher as virus worries return

[Reuters] Oil prices jump on hopes for OPEC, Russia meeting on output cuts

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: GM to produce 30,000 ventilators, US cases top 400,000

[Reuters] EU ministers fail to agree coronavirus economic rescue in all-night talks

[Reuters] Exclusive: China's central bank to step up easing, won't borrow Fed playbook - sources

[Reuters] Spain hits 14,500 coronavirus deaths, big economic slump forecast

[CNBC] Rice prices surge to 7-year high as coronavirus sparks stockpiling

[Bloomberg] Colleges With Empty Campuses Face an Uncertain Financial Future

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Economy in Emergency Set to Shrink 25%, Goldman Says

[Bloomberg] Luckin May Put Lasting Stain on China Inc. Listings

[Bloomberg] A $100 Billion REIT Rout Pulverizes Family Fortunes Across Asia

[Bloomberg] Oil Crash Spurs 92% Loss in JPMorgan Note and Clobbers Many More

[WSJ] Government and Businesses Turn Attention to Eventual Reopening of $22 Trillion U.S. Economy

[WSJ] India’s Food Supply Chain Frays as People Stay Home

[FT] Eurozone’s two biggest economies sink into historic recessions

[FT] New York luxury towers quake as coronavirus hits property market

[FT] Bolsonaro clashes with Brazil’s state governors over lockdown

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares poised to follow Wall Street's rocky lead

[AP] A stock rally fizzles out on Wall Street; oil prices plunge

[Reuters] Wall Street volatility raises fears of another selloff

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: US cases top 387,000, Amazon testing disinfectant fog at New York warehouse after protests

[Reuters] Mainland China reports 62 new confirmed cases of coronavirus

[Bloomberg] China Braces for Wave of Soured Loans With New Bad-Debt Manager

[Bloomberg] China’s Faltering Dollar Bonds Show Limits of State Intervention

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[CNBC] Stocks close lower after roller-coaster session, Dow gives up 900-point surge

[Reuters] Oil drops on growing crude glut, doubts over output cuts

[Reuters] UK PM Johnson is stable, still in intensive care: Downing Street

[Reuters] U.S. treasury secretary to seek additional $250 billion for small business

[Reuters] U.S. Treasury panel wants mortgage servicer liquidity support as missed payments rise: sources

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: France becomes fourth country to pass 10,000 deaths

[Reuters] ECB's Makhlouf says 'helicopter money' not the answer to coronavirus crisis

[Reuters] Exclusive: Eyeing defaults, U.S. direct lender Colchis Capital to shut funds

[Bloomberg] Illinois Faces Rising Risk of Cut to Junk Over Pandemic Hit

[Bloomberg] Oil Companies Warn Kansas City Fed of Widespread Insolvencies

[Bloomberg] ECB Eases Collateral Rules, Accepts Junk-Rated Greek Debt

[WSJ] Sizing Up the Fed’s Historic Coronavirus Crisis Intervention