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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

MARKET NEWS / CREDIT BUBBLE DAILY
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Doug Noland Posted on August 4, 2020

[Reuters] Gold shines on falling dollar, yields; pandemic cost concerns drag on shares

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Climb With European Stocks and Gold: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Asia Pacific stocks mixed as uncertainty over U.S. coronavirus relief measures lingers

[Reuters] As dollar slides, some investors fret about its status as world’s reserve currency

[CNBC] Private payroll growth slows sharply in July amid spike in virus

[AP] US trade deficit drops in June on record rise in exports

[CNBC] Mortgage rates set another record low, but borrowers take a step back

[CNBC] Coronavirus updates: Global deaths surpass 700,000; CVS fills fewer prescriptions but weathers the quarter

[CNBC] Millions of Americans will struggle to pay their bills by end of August without the extra $600 unemployment insurance

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Banks Failed to Close Lira Trades as Funding Dried Up

[Reuters] China’s services sector expands at slower pace in July: Caixin PMI

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] PBOC’s Attempt to Exit Crisis Mode Faces a $500 Billion Test

[Reuters] China pursues economic self-reliance as external risks grow: advisers

[Reuters] U.S. health chief to visit Taiwan, likely angering China

[CNBC] Taiwan is in a ‘delicate’ situation with China as military drills intensify, experts warn

[Reuters] Australia fears contagion as Victoria state reports record coronavirus deaths

[Bloomberg] U.S. Treasury Plans a Record $112 Billion Quarterly Debt Sale

[Bloomberg] Highest-Level U.S. Trip to Taiwan in Decades to Challenge China

[WSJ] U.S. Treasury Expects Borrowing Needs to Remain Elevated Amid Coronavirus Spending

[FT] US-China tensions feed into the geopolitics of monetary policy

[FT] Pandemic revives Gulf fears over food security

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