Monday, July 27, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. slips on tough stimulus talks, mixed earnings

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip; Gold Retreats From $2,000: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Gold drops off record high, dollar gets respite

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Pare Advance as Gold Rally Cools: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] GOP and Democrats are far apart on coronavirus relief – here’s what happens next

[Reuters] King dollar's decline ripples across the globe

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Goldman Warns Dollar’s Role as World Reserve Currency Is at Risk

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Mint Has Reduced Silver, Gold Coin Supplies to Purchasers

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Quest warns of slowing test turnaround; Bill Gates says death rate could drop substantially

[Bloomberg] China Cluster Reaches Beijing; Tokyo Cases Rise: Virus Update

[WSJ] States Charting Own Paths in Coronavirus Reclosings

[WSJ] Two Republican Senators Will Oppose Shelton’s Fed Candidacy

[WSJ] Chinese Banks and Slow-Boiling Frogs

[WSJ] Chinese Hedge Funds Shine in Volatile Year

[FT] What is the impact of the coronavirus pandemic? Global experts answer the big questions

[FT] Lira sinks even as Turkey spends billions of dollars to prop it up

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] U.S. stock futures flat ahead of major earnings

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Climb, Gold Jumps to Record on Fed Wagers: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Gold rockets toward $2,000 as Fed stimulus sinks dollar

[Reuters] Republicans unveil coronavirus plan, slash emergency unemployment benefit

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Stimulus bets boost Wall St. ahead of busy earnings week

[Reuters] U.S. Republicans race to finish coronavirus aid plan as jobless benefits set to expire

[Reuters] U.S. manufacturing sector regaining momentum, rising COVID-19 threatens recovery

[Reuters] Republicans, White House seek $400 cut to weekly unemployment aid: report

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Top Trump advisor tests positive; Google extends remote working until summer 2021