Monday, October 12, 2020

Tuesdays's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Edge Lower as Earnings Roll In; Bonds Gain: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Shares struggle as coronavirus overshadows China data

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices slow in September

[Reuters] U.S. small business confidence at highest since February

[Reuters] Citigroup quarterly profit tumbles on low interest rates, loan demand

[CNBC] JPMorgan beats analysts’ profit estimates as the bank sets aside less for loan losses

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: J&J CFO says vaccine trial pause should reassure the public; Fauci warns ‘we’re in a bad place’

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Investors Turn Skeptical of U.S. Democrat ‘Blue Wave’ Victory

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BofA Survey Shows Investors Braced for Contested U.S. Election

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] San Francisco Apartment Rents Crater Up to 31%, Most in U.S.

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Bolsters Its Dominance of Global Trade

[CNBC] China says exports and imports hit record highs in September

[Reuters] China auto sales jump in 'Golden September' as shoppers return to showrooms

[AP] Europe eyes new restrictions as virus cases hit record high

[Reuters] Emerging currencies set for biggest underperformance in more than a decade

[Bloomberg] J&J Halts Covid-19 Vaccine Trial Due to Unexplained Illness

[WSJ] Renters Flock to Suburbia, Upending Decadelong Urbanization Trend

[FT] Global ETF inflows surge 40% amid ‘tectonic shift’

[FT] Shale binge has spoiled US reserves, top investor warns

[FT] US tech derivatives trading soars as it did last summer

[FT] Pandemic will cause ‘lasting damage’ to living standards, IMF warns

[FT] BlackRock assets climb to record $7.8tn in third quarter

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Study Paused Due To Unexplained Illness In Participant - Stat

[CNBC] Stock futures fall as investors await earnings season kickoff

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asia Stocks to Track U.S. Higher; Yuan Steadies: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Apple and Amazon drive rally on Wall Street

[Reuters] Oil prices fall 3% as U.S., Libyan, Norwegian supplies resume

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: Flu vaccine demand surges; Carnival cancels November cruises

[Reuters] Japan manufacturers struggle to shake gloom in October: Reuters Tankan

[Reuters] Johnson shuts pubs in parts of England with new COVID-19 curbs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Dalio Says ‘Time Is on China’s Side’ in Power Struggle With U.S.

[Reuters] White House moves forward on three arms sales to Taiwan: sources

[FT] First confirmed US coronavirus reinfection worries health experts

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Tech stocks extend Wall Street rally on stimulus hopes

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Oil Falls Most in a Week With Supply Disruptions Subsiding

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stimulus Talks Remain Deadlocked as House Told No Votes Expected

[Reuters] Trade, biofuels and the environment: key agriculture issues in U.S. election

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Whale’s Resurfacing Shows Options Market a Source of Turbulence

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] All the Ways Wall Street’s Telling Clients to Trade the Election

[Reuters] Bag Santa and the elves? A holiday hiring slump takes shape

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] ECB Pushes Governments to Keep Up Fiscal Support for Economy

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Hedge Funds, China Should Give More Debt Relief, World Bank Says

[Reuters] Climate change poses 'profound threat' to global growth, IMF chief says

[Reuters] Greek-Turkish tensions rise in crisis over eastern Mediterranean