Monday, January 18, 2021

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks, Treasury Yields Rise Before Yellen Hearing: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yellen Faces Senate With ‘Act Big’ Message on Economic Stimulus

[AP] A new COVID-19 challenge: Mutations rise along with cases

[CNBC] Covid live updates: Germany identifies another new strain; UK hospitals use blockchain to track vaccine temperature

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Dealmakers Drive Surge in Fourth-Quarter Profit

[Reuters] Almost 90% see market bubbles in Deutsche Bank investor survey

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] BofA Clients With $561 Billion Say Bitcoin Is Most Crowded Trade

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Californians Suffer Unprecedented Fire Blackouts in January

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Evergrande Soars After Redeeming $2 Billion Bond Early

[Bloomberg] Why the Cost of Shipping Goods From China Is Suddenly Soaring

[Bloomberg] The Madoff Look Is the Least of China Worries

[WSJ] Yellen Will Urge Lawmakers to ‘Act Big’ to Avert a Protracted Downturn

[WSJ] The Debt Question Facing Janet Yellen: How Much Is Too Much?

[WSJ] U.S. Corporate-Bond Rally Rolls Into 2021

[WSJ] Covid-19 Heightens U.S.-China Rivalry, New Report Says

[WSJ] Renaissance Says Losses Should Have Been Expected at Some Point

[FT] Higher inflation is coming and it will hit bondholders

Monday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Climb; Treasury Yields Edge Higher: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Asia shares look to China for recovery lead, earnings in focus 

[Reuters] Yellen says U.S. must 'act big' on next coronavirus relief package

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Yellen to Enter Firing Line on Biden Aid as Recovery Fades

[Reuters] Outlook darkens for Wall Street as Biden's regulators take shape

[AP] Coronavirus deaths rising in 30 US states amid winter surge

[AP] California becomes first state to top 3 million virus cases

[Reuters] Italy PM wins key confidence vote, tougher test on Tuesday

[Reuters] IMF chief sees 'high degree of uncertainty' in global outlook

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Europe’s Firms Face $720 Billion Capital Gap to Fund Recovery