Sunday, June 28, 2020

Monday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound on Economic Data Amid Virus Angst: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. pending home sales jump a record 44.3% in May

[CNBC] California orders bars to close in Los Angeles and other counties over coronavirus spread

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] The U.S.-China Feud Gets Nasty

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Edges Closer to $1,800 as Virus Cases Surpass 10 Million

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Reckoning Looms for Emerging Markets as Economic Clouds Darken

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Chesapeake’s Collapse Is Latest in Long Line of Shale Disasters

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Are Rushing to Get Out of Bearish U.S. Stock Bets

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] India Shadow Bank Dollar Bonds Drop After S&P Downgrades

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] Stock futures drop as U.S. coronavirus cases surge to record levels

[CNBC] ‘We have to act’ — HHS Secretary Azar warns ‘window closing’ to halt coronavirus spike

[CNBC] Florida reports second consecutive day of record coronavirus cases, highest since pandemic began

[CNBC] Chesapeake Energy, a pioneer in the U.S. shale revolution, files for bankruptcy protection

[AP] World hits coronavirus milestones amid fears worse to come

[Reuters] Fed adds bonds of major firms to portfolio

[Reuters] Japan May retail sales fall 12.3% year-on-year: government

[Reuters] Bundesbank must decide on ECB bond purchases: top court judge

[Bloomberg] Faith in the Fed to Get Fresh Test as Markets Shudder at Virus

[Bloomberg] Gold Edges Closer to $1,800/Oz as Virus Cases Surpass 10 Million

[Bloomberg] The U.S.-China Feud Quietly Gets Nasty

[Bloomberg] Fed’s ‘Run It Hot’ Recipe Works for Markets. Jobs? Not So Much

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St Week Ahead-RPT-Investors eye economic data, stimulus measures as stocks rally stalls

[Reuters] Global coronavirus cases exceed 10 million

[Reuters] China's central bank says economy faces risks from global pandemic, efforts against domestic resurgence

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Treasuries’ Best Run Since 1995 Shows Traders Girding for Worst

[WSJ] American Companies Find Willing Buyers of Debt Abroad