Thursday, September 24, 2020

Friday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop With Europe; Bonds Gain: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Global stocks set for dire week, best for dollar since April

[Reuters] Dollar back in demand, set for biggest weekly surge since early April

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders increase more than expected in August

[Reuters] Investors pull $25.8 billion from U.S. equity funds: BofA

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stock Slide Prompts Strategists to Predict Tilt From Credit

[Reuters] Trump-Biden debate could spark stock volatility

[Reuters] U.S. records over seven million COVID-19 cases as Midwest outbreak surges

[Reuters] Coronavirus ravages Latin America's working class, Mexico deaths pass 75,000

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Turkey Tightens Monetary Policy Further After Surprise Rate Hike

[Bloomberg] Evergrande Faces Crisis of Confidence Over $120 Billion Debt

[NYT] Job Rebound Is ‘Losing Steam’ as Crisis Passes Six-Month Mark

[WSJ] China Evergrande Selloff Deepens as Concern Mounts Over Its Financial Health

[FT] Remember 1929 when looking for the cause of the coming financial crisis

[FT] Investors flee US junk bond funds as concern for the economy grows

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Tech stocks lift Wall Street even as economic rebound slows 

[CNBC] House Democrats prepare new $2.4 trillion stimulus plan with unemployment aid, direct payments

[CNBC] New home sales crush expectations, but the supply is running out

[Reuters] 'Healthy correction' or something more? Stock swings keep investors on edge

[Reuters] U.S. labor market slowing as fiscal stimulus fades

[Bloomberg] Worsening Virus Trends Are Raising Alarms for Stock Investors

[WSJ] Blank-Check Firms Offering IPO Alternative Are Under Regulatory Scrutiny

[Reuters] French PM raises specter of reconfinement as COVID-19 cases rise

[FT] Tett: The next financial crisis may be coming soon