Saturday, May 9, 2020

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street Week Ahead: U.S. data deluge to underscore divide between 

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Trump administration set to have glut of ventilators in July

[Reuters] China central bank to step up counter-cyclical adjustments, deepen lending rate reforms

[Reuters] Brazil's central bank to shower economy with money in case of depression: economy minister

[Reuters] Argentina debt deadlock remains as president says talks to continue

[Reuters] China refutes 24 'lies' by U.S. politicians over coronavirus

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Veers From Historic Rallies to Record-Smashing Sales

[Bloomberg] ‘Hidden’ Defaults Set to Soar as Recession Squeezes Companies

[Bloomberg] China Pledges Stronger Monetary Policies to Handle Growth Hit

[FT] The European Central Bank is deluding itself over German court ruling

[FT] Eastern European states sense opportunity in German court ruling

Saturday's News Links

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: New jobs emerge from the pandemic; Amazon and sellers struggle to adapt

[Reuters] No 'V'-shape return from devastating U.S. job loss, Fed policymakers say

[Reuters] Explainer: Fed funds futures market sees negative rates by next April

[AP] 10 takeaways from the worst jobs report in US history

[Reuters] Russian troops to help Venezuela search for members of failed incursion: report

[Bloomberg] Don’t Look to Stock Market to Tell You When Virus Crisis Is Over

[WSJ] The Mortgage Market Never Got Fixed After 2008. Now It’s Breaking Again.

[FT] US on track for worst corporate quarter since financial crisis