Les dépeches mercredi 29, jour de fed


[Reuters] Upbeat earnings lift Wall Street as focus shifts to Fed

[AP] Trump dismisses virus aid for cities, lashes out at GOP

[Reuters] Trump in no hurry for coronavirus deal as White House, lawmakers tangle

[Reuters] U.S. Treasury makes $10 billion loan available to postal service as part of coronavirus relief

[Reuters] ‘Vaccine nationalism’: Is it every country for itself?

[CNBC] Kodak shares soar 400% in wild ride after Trump taps the former film giant to make drug ingredients

[Bloomberg] U.S. Is About to Unveil the Ugliest GDP Report Ever Recorded

[FT] Fed warns virus resurgence threatens economic recovery

Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed Before Fed; Treasuries Keep Advance: Markets Wrap

[MarketWatch] Gold edges higher ahead of Fed decision

[AP] Fed wrestles with its next moves as virus stalls US economy

[Reuters] Fed faces viral wave, mounting risks to recovery

[Reuters] U.S. small businesses face mass closures without more pandemic aid

[CNBC] Lower weekly mortgage demand hints at a possible pullback by first-time homebuyers

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: California, Florida, Texas report record-high average daily deaths

[Reuters] Global airlines less hopeful on COVID-19 recovery

[Reuters] Fitch lowers credit outlook on Japan to negative on COVID-19 impact

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Even Defaults Won’t Stop Funding Frenzy Started by Central Banks

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Popular U.S. Treasury Trade Is Set to Unwind by Most Since 2017

[Japan Times] Japan’s daily coronavirus tally tops 1,000 for first time amid nationwide surge

[Reuters] Australia tells U.S. it has no intention of injuring important China ties

[WSJ] U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Near 150,000, as Hospitalizations Rise

[WSJ] Pandemic Puts Pressure on Private Debt as Default Rates Rise

[WSJ] After Reopening, Coronavirus-Hit States Chart Their Own Paths to Close Up Again

[WSJ] Boeing Plans Deeper Job and Production Cuts

[FT] Tett: ETFs are the canary in the bond coal mine

[FT] US Treasuries: the lessons from March’s market meltdown

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