Sunday, April 26, 2020

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares edge ahead, eyes on BOJ easing

[CNBC] Stock futures fall as oil declines, traders weigh prospects of re-opening the economy

[Reuters] Oil futures open lower in electronic trading

[Reuters] U.S. economy faces historic shock, with 16% joblessness possible: Trump adviser

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Singapore reports 931 new cases, global numbers above 2.9 million

[Reuters] Diamond Offshore files for bankruptcy, citing 'price war,' coronavirus

[Reuters] New York City needs $7.4 billion in federal aid amid coronavirus: mayor

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Goldman Says Narrow Breadth in S&P 500 a Bad Sign for Stocks

[Bloomberg] China’s Bank Bailouts Are Even Scarier Than They Look

[Bloomberg] World’s Biggest Wheat Supply Dries Up When Some Want It Most

[Bloomberg] Contagion Risks Build in India’s Credit Market After Fund Freeze

[NYT] Large, Troubled Companies Got Bailout Money in Small-Business Loan Program

[WSJ] Coronavirus Means the Era of Big Government Is…Back

[FT] Asia’s emerging markets brace for economic fallout of coronavirus

[FT] ECB predicted to beef up asset purchases with shift into ‘junk’ bonds

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] U.S. response to virus splinters into acrimony and uncertainty

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: China says all Wuhan patients have been discharged, Russia cases top 80,000

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] World’s Biggest Central Banks Meet as Pressure Mounts to Do More

[Reuters] When oil became waste: a week of turmoil for crude, and more pain to come

[NY Post] With Kim Jong Un’s health uncertain, focus shifts to powerful sister Kim Yo Jong

[Bloomberg] The Next Chapter of the Oil Crisis: The Industry Shuts Down

[WSJ] Coronavirus Disrupted Supply Chains That Companies Are Still Fixing

[WSJ] People Were Leaving New York City Before the Coronavirus. Now What?

[WSJ] As Coronavirus Cases Climbed, Private-Equity-Owned Hospital Faced Closure

[FT] Will central banks serve up fresh stimulus?