Thursday, December 31, 2020

Thursday, December 31, 2020
Doug Noland Posted on December 30, 2020

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Steady Near All-Time Highs; Dollar Dips: Markets Wrap

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Gold Heads for Best Year in a Decade With Dollar on the Ropes

[Reuters] Dollar sucked into downward spiral by U.S. twin deficits

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Jobless Claims Post Surprise Drop Though Virus Risk Remains

[Reuters] COVID-19 shook, rattled and rolled the global economy in 2020

[CNBC] Covid live updates: U.S. Covid hospitalizations surpass 125,000 for the first time

[Reuters] Fauci sees U.S. gaining control over pandemic by next autumn

[Reuters] Local funding crisis threatens U.S. vaccine rollout

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Homebuyers in U.S. Face Worst Affordability Squeeze in 12 Years

[Reuters] Cyber attack on U.S. government may have started earlier than initially thought – U.S. senator

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Day Traders Put Stamp on Market With Unprecedented Stock Frenzy

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Sizzling U.S. Stock Markets Await Next Leg of Record IPO Run

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Private Equity Turns to $3 Trillion in Untapped Value for Loans

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Tesla Short Sellers Lost $38 Billion in 2020 as Stock Surged

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Caps Bank Loans to Real Estate to Curb Systematic Risk

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Strong Recovery Shows Signs of Peaking as PMIs Ease

[Reuters] China’s factory recovery moderates as higher costs slow business

[Reuters] China’s services activity growth slows in December – official PMI

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China Averts Cash Squeeze That Was Wreaking Havoc on Bonds

[Reuters] U.S. warships transit Taiwan Strait, China denounces ‘provocation’

[Bloomberg] Sluggish Vaccine Campaign Raises Specter of U.S. Dysfunction

[Bloomberg] From Tech to Tesla, Stocks Get $14 Trillion Boost in Covid Year

[NYT] German Automakers Are Charged Up and Ready to Take on Tesla

[WSJ] Lessons From a Crazy Year in Financial Markets

[FT] Central bankers to retail punters: who shaped markets in 2020

[FT] M&A rebounds sharply to hit $3.6tn in 2020

[FT] Corporate debt sales to shrivel in 2021 after record boom

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