Monday, June 22, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Equities Rise With Europe Stocks; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Climbs to Three-Month High on Demand Strength, Trade Hopes

[AP] US new home sales rise surprisingly strong 16.6% in May

[Reuters] White House adviser Navarro walks back on comments China trade deal 'over'

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: English pubs to reopen; German district is back on lockdown

[Reuters] New U.S. COVID-19 cases surge 25% last week; Arizona, Florida and Texas set records

[Reuters] Analysts' View: Take Navarro's China trade deal is 'over' comments with a pinch of salt

[CNN] Germany imposes fresh lockdown after coronavirus outbreak at meat factory

[Bloomberg] Fauci Doesn’t See Lull; R0 Above 1 in 31 States: Virus Update

[Bloomberg] Market Exuberance Set to Be Challenged as Global Risks Intensify

[WSJ] Key Support for the Economy May Be About to Buckle

[WSJ] Lawmakers Ask Fed to Help Businesses Struggling to Make Mortgage Payments

[FT] Coronavirus and personal debt: the Americans living on a ‘knife edge’

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street flat as virus cases rise; tech stocks advance

[Reuters] Oil up on tighter supply, but virus fears cap gains

[Reuters] Emerging Markets - Latam stocks and currencies stage comeback, virus cases spike

[Reuters] U.S. home sales tumble to 9-1/2-year low; price growth slows

[Reuters] After 100 days, New York City opens for haircuts, outdoor dining, as virus cases soar in 12 other states

[Reuters] White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett departing after temporary return

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Investors Are Spending Fresh Billions Hedging the Market Mania

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Are Awash in Confidence

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Indian Dollar Bonds Cooling Just as Firms Need to Issue More

[Bloomberg] Virus Surge Jolts Prospects for World Economy

[Bloomberg] Coronavirus Surge Threatens Developing Nations Exiting Lockdown

[FT] Berlin and ECB signal end to legal impasse over bond-buying