Thursday, September 10, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks rebound as tech rises; Oracle delivers strong quarter

[Reuters] Shares struggle to shake off bearish mood as U.S. tech giants fall anew

[Reuters] Oil drops on higher inventories, weak U.S. stock markets

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices increase solidly in August

[CNBC] A guide to 2020′s most important Senate races

[CNBC] U.S. remembers the 9/11 terrorist attacks as the pandemic changes tribute traditions

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] America’s $20 Trillion Debt Pile Is Getting Cheaper as It Grows

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Israel reportedly heads for second nationwide lockdown; Heathrow reports 81.5% drop in travelers

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Credit Growth Jumps in August in Boost for Recovery

[AP] ‘Evacuate now:’ Wildfires grow in Oregon as 500K flee

[AP] Climate change largely missing from campaign as fires rage

[Reuters] Pandemic prods Japanese firms to plan biggest capex cuts in decade

[Bloomberg] Economic Rebound Becomes More Fragile With U.S. Aid on Brink

[Bloomberg] Mortgage Rates Slide to Record-Low 2.86% for 30-Year Loans

[Bloomberg] La Nina May Disrupt Global Food Supply, Send Prices Higher

[WSJ] Global Economic Recovery Shows Signs of Slowing

[WSJ] Deals Are Being Dropped as Buyers Turn Wary During the Pandemic

[WSJ] Western Wildfires Kill at Least 15, Destroy Millions of Acres

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends lower as tech struggles resume

[Reuters] Equities slide, bonds rally as tech rebound stalls; oil slips

[Reuters] Oil prices slide near 2% after surprise U.S. crude stock build

[CNBC] Senate Republicans fail to advance coronavirus stimulus bill as stalemate drags on

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: FDA chief won’t overrule scientists on vaccine; AstraZeneca delay ‘wake-up call’

[Reuters] At least eight killed as wildfires scorch U.S. West Coast

[NYT] Citigroup’s Fraser to Be First Woman to Lead a Big Wall Street Bank