Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Wednesday's News Links

[CNBC] Dow slides ahead of Fed update, tech stock gains limit losses

[Reuters] Dollar hits three-month lows amid Fed easing speculation

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices fall for third straight month

[CNBC] Mortgage demand from homebuyers amazes again, now up 13% annually despite rising rates

[Reuters] With crisis response in place, Fed looks to long term

[CNBC] Economic impact of the coronavirus crisis is ‘dire everywhere,’ OECD says

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Indonesia reports record spike; no-deal Brexit could damage UK recovery

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Another Miserable June for the Dollar, No Fed Help in Sight

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Market Debates How to Tame an Unpredictable Yield Curve

[Reuters] China's new bank loans fall in May, but broader credit growth quickens

[Reuters] China factory gate deflation deepens on global demand slump

[Reuters] Mexican economy likely shrank 17% in April, says finance minister

[Reuters] Chinese companies put U.S. listing plans on ice as tensions mount

[Bloomberg] China’s Factory Deflation Deepened in May Amid Slow Recovery

[Bloomberg] Delhi Overwhelmed by Covid-19 Cases After City Eases Lockdown

[WSJ] Fed Debates How to Set Policy for the Post-Pandemic Economy

[WSJ] China’s Companies Find Ways to Avoid Bond Blowups

[FT] Six things to watch at the Federal Reserve meeting

[FT] OECD warns of deepest economic scars in peacetime for a century

[FT] Credit crisis is at the heart of India’s weakness

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Dow ease as focus shifts to Fed; tech pushes Nasdaq to closing record

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Gains as Equity Rally Stalls, World Bank Flags Contraction

[Reuters] What to look for in the Fed's U.S. economic outlook

[Reuters] Investors brace for market swings as Trump slips in election polls

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gundlach Warns Rising Rates May Lead Fed to Yield-Curve Control

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Bond Market Debates How to Tame an Unpredictable Yield Curve

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] IMF Warns Poorest Nations Will Default Without Debt Relief

[Reuters] Pompeo chides HSBC for 'corporate kowtow' to Beijing

[CNBC] Texas reports two consecutive days of record coronavirus hospitalizations weeks after reopening

[WSJ] Individuals Roll the Dice on Stocks as Veterans Fret

[FT] Trump’s embrace of Modi stokes India-China stand-off in Himalayas