Thursday, September 3, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street sinks as tech sell-off continues

[Reuters] U.S. job growth slows in August, unemployment rate falls to 8.4%

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Trump’s vaccine chief says unlikely one is ready by November

[CNBC] Chinese banks’ profits will weaken even more in the second half of 2020, says Fitch Ratings

[Reuters] China may dump U.S. Treasuries as Sino-U.S. tensions flare: Global Times

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Developers Face Harsh Liquidity Test as Curbs Loom

[Reuters] US, Taiwan seek 'like-minded' democracies in supply chain shift from China

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Seen on Track to Add More Stimulus as Recovery Sputters

[Reuters] Australia faces down China in high-stakes strategy

[Reuters] China planning building spree in Tibet as India tensions rise, sources say

[Bloomberg] Charts That Only Went Up Rapidly Redrawn in Volatility Bout

[Bloomberg] Xi Says Party Can’t Be Split From Masses in Rebuke to U.S.

[Bloomberg] Global Views on Economy Turn Sharply Negative

[WSJ] Risk Creeps Into Municipal Bond Market, Yet Prices Stay High

[WSJ] Car Sales Are Down Almost 20%, But Prices Are Setting Records

[WSJ] How Options-Market Amateurs Might Have Tripped Up Big Tech

[WSJ] Covid-19 Pandemic Ravages World’s Largest Developing Economies

Thursday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow futures drop 100 points as Wall Street braces for more tech losses

[Reuters] Asian stocks set to fall as Wall Street's tech rally stumbles

[Reuters] Fed policymakers signal comfort with higher inflation

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: More universities send students home; Fauci confident in vaccine approval process

[Reuters] White House says it does not expect U.S. government shutdown at month's end

[Reuters] U.S. stock funds shed $6.2 billion outflow in last week: Lipper

[WSJ] The Economy Is Limping, but Wall Street Is Booming

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends lower on tech sell-off, investors eye slow recovery

[Reuters] U.S. service sector activity slows in August - ISM survey

[Reuters] Fed's Evans calls for more fiscal aid, signals further monetary easing

[CNBC] Tesla is dropping again, bringing three-day loss to 18%

[WSJ] Emerging-Market Bond Funds Face Reckoning