Saturday, April 11, 2020

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] OPEC, allies to confer on Sunday to try to end standoff over cuts plan: sources

[Reuters] British PM Johnson discharged from hospital after coronavirus treatment

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Fauci expresses ‘cautious optimism’ US outbreak is slowing, UK PM Johnson discharged

[Reuters] New coronavirus cases double to 99 in mainland China as imported infections jump to record

[UK Guardian] Moscow hospitals see 'huge influx' of patients as Covid-19 spreads in Russia

[Bloomberg] Oil Negotiators Race Against Clock to Clinch Historic Deal

[FT] Why is Mexico holding up a global oil deal?

[FT] How the next euro crisis could unfold

[FT] How sharply has China’s economy contracted?

[FT] Argentina heads for ninth sovereign debt default

[FT] Coronavirus exposes America’s broadband problem

Saturday Evening Links

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: US death toll tops 20,000, Governors call for $500 billion more in aid

[Reuters] Mexican president's nationalist oil vision fuels standoff with Saudis

[Reuters] Fitch revises New York's credit outlook to negative from stable on coronavirus

[Reuters] Exclusive: JPMorgan Chase to raise mortgage borrowing standards as economic outlook darkens

[Reuters] Kremlin warns of huge influx of Moscow patients as coronavirus toll climbs

[Reuters] Brazil deficit jumps to 7% of GDP as coronavirus deaths mount

Saturday's News Links

[Reuters] UK PM making very good progress in COVID-19 recovery, office says

[Reuters] Congressional Republicans demand quick action on new coronavirus business relief

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Italy to set up ‘immunity passports,’ outbreak swamps NYC 911 system

[AP] China auto sales sink 48.4% in March as virus hurts demand

[Reuters] India to extend nationwide lockdown to tackle coronavirus - state minister

[Bloomberg] Historic World Oil Talks Enter Third Day as Trump Seeks Deal

[Bloomberg] As Credit Markets Rebound, Neediest Borrowers Are Left Behind

[Bloomberg] Governors Request $500 Billion For Budget Shortfalls From Virus

[NYT] How the Virus Transformed the Way Americans Spend Their Money

[NYT] Keep Workers On, or Lay Them Off? Small Businesses Face Hard Choices

[FT] Nigeria in ‘crisis’ as oil receipts plummet