Sunday, September 13, 2020

Monday's News Link

[CNBC] Stocks jump as Wall Street tries to recover after tech struggles

[Reuters] Vaccine hopes lift world stocks, but caution creeps in

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Falls Near $37 With Demand in Focus Before OPEC+ Meeting

[CNBC] ‘Now is not the time to worry’ about the fiscal deficit or the Fed’s balance sheet, Mnuchin says

[Reuters] BIS warns of gap opening between markets and COVID-19 reality

[Reuters] COVID-19 market turmoil raises questions about central bank liquidity strategy, says BIS

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] OPEC Sees Weaker Outlook as Demand Falters, Shale Recovers

[AP] Fires raise fight over climate change before Trump’s visit

[Reuters] China's new home prices growth steady, supports economic recovery

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] End of Easing Cycle Makes for a Picky Time in Emerging Markets

[CNBC] Sally set to become hurricane and threaten U.S. Gulf Coast

[Bloomberg] Authers: Tech's Bubble of Calm Is Likely to Prove Brief

[Bloomberg] Biggest Crisis Test Is Still to Come With Insolvencies, BIS Says

[Bloomberg] Asia-Pacific’s Commercial Properties Battered as Investors Flee

[WSJ] In Turkey, Weak Lira Powers Fresh Gold Rush

[FT] Pandemic debt binge creates new generation of ‘zombie’ companies

[FT] Traders switch to FX after central banks numb bond markets

[FT] US-China: Washington revives plans for its rare earths industry

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow futures jump more than 150 points as Wall Street tries to recover after tech struggles 

[CNBC] Microsoft bid for TikTok’s U.S. operations rejected by ByteDance

[CNBC] Coronavirus cases are growing in 11 U.S. states as Fauci warns of ‘disturbing’ data

[Reuters] U.S. Gulf Coast prepares for second hurricane in a month

[Reuters] Japan's Suga poised to win party race, headed for premiership

[Reuters] Japan manufacturers remain gloomy for 14th month - Reuters Tankan

[Reuters] WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 307,000

Sunday's News Links

[AP] What’s next? Devastating fires are latest challenge in West

[Reuters] Japan's Suga says no limit to bonds government can issue

[Reuters] Argentina's Guzman says seeking payment pause with IMF until 2024 - report

[Reuters] Once an American foe, now a friend: OPEC turns 60

[Reuters] Second hurricane in a month takes aim at U.S. Gulf Coast

[Bloomberg] The Year Unconventional Monetary Policy Turned Conventional

[Bloomberg] Treasury Traders Are Doubtful Powell Can Drive Inflation Higher

[WSJ] The Wildly Popular Trades Behind the Market’s Swoon and Surge

[WSJ] Call It a Bubble, Call It Excess. Here’s What to Watch If Tech Goes Pop

[FT] Former UK leaders unite to condemn Boris Johnson’s Brexit move

[FT] India and China are edging towards a more serious conflict