Monday, August 31, 2020

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Climb as Dollar Touches Two-Year Low: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Rebounds Toward $2,000 After Dollar Drops to Two-Year Low

[Reuters] Dollar dumped on rate outlook, Aussie looks to RBA

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yuan’s Jump to One-Year High Tests China’s Tolerance for Gains

[Reuters] U.S. Senate's McConnell eyes revamped coronavirus relief bill, Mnuchin tells Fox Business

[MarketWatch] U.S. corporate debt soars to record $10.5 trillion

[CNBC] Coronavirus cases are on the rise again across more than half of the U.S.

[CNBC] Tesla to sell up to $5 billion in stock amid rally

[Reuters] China accuses U.S. using 'national security' as excuse to act against Chinese firms

[Reuters] China's August export orders shake off COVID gloom, fuelling factory expansion: Caixin PMI

[Reuters] Asia's factories shaking off COVID gloom, China shines

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Euro-Area Inflation Turns Negative in Worrying Sign for ECB

[Reuters] Factbox - Global central bank response to the coronavirus outbreak

[NYT] Small-Business Failures Loom as Federal Aid Dries Up

[NYT] TikTok Deal Faces Complications as U.S. and China Ratchet Up Tit-for-Tat

[WSJ] Summer Fuel Demand Disappoints, Challenging Economy

[WSJ] Demand for Houses Boosts Home Construction

[FT] Why Trump no longer talks about the trade deficit with China

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian stocks edge lower after Wall Street dips in month-end trade

[CNBC] Stock futures flat in overnight trading after S&P 500 and Dow notch best August since 1980s

[Reuters] Framework complete, Fed faces election year call on next steps 

[Reuters] S.Korea Aug exports drop 9.9%, beating forecast

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street mixed as S&P 500 heads for best August since 1984

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] South Africa Rand Plunges as Political Risk Returns to Radar

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Investors Dump ‘Dead Weight’ Cash-Like ETFs at Fastest Pace Ever

[Bloomberg] Stocks in ‘Euphoric Land’ With Nasdaq 100 Surging Past 12,000