Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks struggle after tech reboot, euro in ECB crosshairs

[CNBC] Weekly jobless claims miss estimates as employment gains taper off

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Meltdown Memories Grip Southeast Asia Stocks as Indonesia Slumps

[CNBC] European Central Bank keeps rates and stimulus program unchanged, despite stronger euro

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Scientists question Russian vaccine data; WHO says world must ramp up trials

[Reuters] Pompeo tells Southeast Asia to stand up to China, shun its firms

[Reuters] How California's wildfires could spark a financial crisis

[AP] Fires without precedent rage in usually cool, wet Northwest

[Reuters] ECB to take aim at strong euro with hints of more stimulus

[CNBC] There’s a ‘real danger’ of China developing separate systems 

[CNBC] Manhattan rental market plunges, leaving 15,000 empty apartments in August

[Reuters] New York office glut signals market downturn as COVID bites

[Reuters] U.S. cancels visas of more than 1,000 Chinese nationals deemed security risks

[Reuters] Chinese fighter jets buzz Taiwan for a second day as tensions rise

[Reuters] India reports record daily jump of 95,735 coronavirus cases

[Bloomberg] Blackouts Give Way to Flames and Smoke in Fire-Ravaged U.S. West

[WSJ] Fed Debates How to Implement New Policy Strategy

[FT] Taiwan scrambles fighters after Chinese aircraft enter defence zone

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Nasdaq rebounds as tech stocks stabilize after rout

[Reuters] Oil prices edge up off three-month lows; demand concerns persist

[Reuters] Senate polarized over next coronavirus aid package

[Reuters] U.S. job openings push higher; more workers quitting

[Bloomberg] U.S.-China Showdown Over Big Data to Leave Decades-Long Impact

[WSJ] Climate Change Poses Major Risk to Financial Stability, Report Finds

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks bounce after tech rout sends Nasdaq into correction

[Reuters] Shares resilient after U.S. tech sell-off, vaccine trial delay

[Reuters] Oil prices reverse some losses but demand concerns persist

[Reuters] U.S. readies bans on cotton, tomato imports from China's Xinjiang

[Reuters] China says U.S. trying to incite instability with proposed orders to block Xinjiang imports

[CNBC] The U.S. and Taiwan are drawing closer, irritating China

[CNBC] Mortgage demand from homebuyers surges 40% from a year ago amid sales spree

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: WHO stresses safety and Dr. Fauci says pause in major vaccine trial is ‘not uncommon’

[CNBC] Stanley Druckenmiller says the stock market is in an ‘absolute raging mania’

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BlackRock Strategists Cool on Credit After Firm Stoked Rally

[AP] Wall Street’s 3-day skid a reality check for runaway market

[Reuters] Japan's Suga in pole position for PM as debate kicks off

[Reuters] Samsung, LG Display to stop supplying panels to Huawei due to U.S. restrictions: Chosun

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Pandemic Faultline Spreads Across EM as Growth Paths Diverge

[Bloomberg] U.S. Businesses in China Not Heeding Trump’s Call to Return Home

[WSJ] Investors Shun Risky Assets as Tech Trade Stalls

[WSJ] California Wildfires Have Already Burned More Acres Than in Any Year on Record