Monday, May 11, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks rally falters as virus and trade nerves linger

[Reuters] Dollar clings on to gains on fears of new COVID-19 cases, U.S.-Sino tensions

[Reuters] Oil prices climb as Saudi Arabia pledges further production cut

[CNBC] US consumer price index fell 0.8% in April, as expected

[Reuters] China announces new tariff waivers for some U.S. imports

[CNBC] The Fed is starting its program to purchase corporate bond ETFs

[Reuters] Trump 'not interested' in reopening U.S.-China trade deal after report of Beijing discontent

[Reuters] China's factory deflation deepens as pandemic hits demand

[Reuters] Kuroda says Bank of Japan will do 'whatever it can' to beat pandemic fallout

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fed Says It Will Begin Buying Corporate-Debt ETFs on Tuesday

[Reuters] Brazil services activity falls a record 6.9% in March - IBGE

[MSN/Bloomberg] NIH Director Talks Vaccines, Virus Mutation and Clinical Trials

[AP] Turkey accuses five nations of forming ‘alliance of evil’

[Bloomberg] White House Cuts Off Savings Fund’s Investment in China Stocks

[Bloomberg] Oil Crash Claims First Victim in China Offshore Bond Market

[Bloomberg] China Brokers Raise Record Short-Term Debt in Leverage Spree

[WSJ] Public Pension-Fund Losses Set Record in First Quarter

[FT] Why the coming emerging markets debt crisis will be messy

[FT] Investors struggle to hear signals from bond markets

[FT] Covid-19 crisis has laid bare weaknesses in supply chains

[FT] ‘Wolf warrior’ diplomats reveal China’s ambitions

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 edges higher as tech, healthcare shares shine

[Reuters] Oil falls on fears of second coronavirus wave

[Global Times] Calls rise in China to rework deal with US: sources

[Reuters] U.S. consumers' expectations deteriorated sharply in April: New York Fed Survey

[CNBC] As states reopen, homebuyers rush back out, but sellers are staying on the sidelines

[Reuters] Fed's Evans sees no inflation risk, and no use for negative rates

[Reuters] Fed's Bostic: 'Not a big fan' of negative interest rates

[Reuters] Turkey will foil financial plotters, Erdogan says