Thursday, June 11, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Bounce Back; Treasuries Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] World shares stem losses, oil gains as fresh lockdown fears fade

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Set for First Weekly Drop Since April on Second-Wave Fears

[Reuters] U.S. manufacturers struggle to keep workers in face of weak demand

[Reuters] Risk of new lockdowns rises with fear of second COVID-19 wave

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: British Airways to auction off art; Oregon pauses reopening due to rising cases

[Yahoo Finance] What the Fed's coronavirus policy means for mushrooming 'zombie' corporate debt

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chesapeake’s Demise Marks End of Shale Model That Changed the World

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Debt Crisis Brews as State Firms Need Rescue

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Lebanon Protests Reignite as Pound Plunges on Black Market

[Bloomberg] Spanish Real Estate Is Heading for Its Second Crash in a Decade

[WSJ] China’s Trillion-Dollar Campaign Fuels a Tech Race With the U.S.

[FT] The global gold market is breaking up

[FT] Investors enjoy equity-like returns from a roaring bond market

Thursday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow futures rise 100 points as Wall Street tries to recover from its worst day since March

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set to Drop After Rout on Wall Street: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Tumble Most in 12 Weeks on Economy, Virus: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Wall Street's 'fear gauge' jumps on fears of coronavirus resurgence

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Quant Factors Swing Most in a Decade in Wild Wall Street Trading

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Houston may have to implement restrictions again

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Credit Funds Reaped Near-Record $15 Billion, Then Came the Rout

[CNBC] North Korea says little reason to maintain Kim-Trump ties: KCNA

[WSJ] Covid-19 Hospitalizations Surge in Some States

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street plunges to close with biggest one-day loss since mid-March

[CNBC] Oil drops more than 8% as fears over second wave of coronavirus cases hit the market

[Reuters] Treasuries -Yields fall as yield curve control remains in question

[Reuters] Emerging Markets - Mexico's peso leads Latam FX lower while stocks sink

[CNBC] Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says ‘we can’t shut down the economy again’

[CNBC] Total U.S. debt surges to $55.9 trillion amid big increases in corporate and government borrowing

[Reuters] U.S. household wealth fell 5.6% in first quarter 2020 as coronavirus hit

[CNBC] Mortgage rates set new record low, falling below 3% as concerns rise about coronavirus second wave

[Reuters] White House's Kudlow praises Fed, discusses possible stimulus as stock markets sink

[Reuters] U.S. looking at various responses to China's law on Hong Kong: Mnuchin

[Bloomberg] U.S. Business Debt Soars by Record on Bond Issuance, Loans

[Bloomberg] Hedge Fund Positioning Data Shows How Market Ran Away From Them