Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters Stocks fall on virus fears ahead of jobless claims

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia set to track Wall Street retreat as second wave derails recovery hopes

[Reuters] Equities sink, bonds edge higher on fears of pandemic wave

[Reuters] Oil dives over 5% as U.S. crude stocks hit record, COVID cases mount

[Newsweek] Governor Says Texas Has 'Massive' Outbreak As New Cases Again Exceed 5,000

[Reuters] Brazil registers 42,725 new cases of coronavirus, 1,185 deaths

[Reuters] Global housing markets ensnared by pandemic's high unemployment

[WSJ] Companies Agonize Over Reopening Timetables as Covid-19 Spreads

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[AP] Stocks slide on Wall Street as new coronavirus cases surge

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: California, Florida report record cases as NY orders quarantine for some travelers

[CNBC] California reports more than 7,000 coronavirus cases, biggest daily jump so far

[CNBC] Florida reports another record spike in coronavirus cases, up 5.3% in a day

[CNBC] New York, New Jersey and Connecticut impose 14-day quarantine on travelers from coronavirus hotspot states

[AP] Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

[AP] IMF downgrades outlook for global economy in face of virus

[Bloomberg] Emergency Virus Spending Will Push Global Debt Ratio Above 100%

[Bloomberg] Canada AAA Rating Stripped at Fitch on Virus-Linked Deficit