[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Drop as Virus Cases Rise: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Stocks take a breather, Brexit weighs down sterling

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] McConnell Refuses to Endorse Bipartisan Stimulus, Risking Deal

[Reuters] U.S. Congress to vote on stopgap funding bill as COVID-19 aid talks continue

[AP] US regulators post positive review of Pfizer vaccine data

[CNBC] Covid live updates: 200,000 Americans test positive each day as the national case tally nears 15 million

[Reuters] Californians endure another lockdown as COVID-19 patients overwhelm hospitals

[CNN] California hospital beds are filling up and doctors and nurses are just worn out

[AP] Feds passed up chance to lock in more Pfizer vaccine doses

[Reuters] Japan unveils $708 billion in fresh stimulus with eye on post-COVID growth

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Investors Keep Pouring Money Into Asia’s Red Hot Markets

[Reuters] Hong Kong arrests eight more activists as crackdown on opposition shows no sign of let-up

[Reuters] Taiwan says faces daily threat as U.S. notifies of new arms sale

[Bloomberg] China’s Financial Markets Start to Price In Deleveraging

[Bloomberg] China Is Close to First Consumer Price Deflation Since 2009

[Bloomberg] Devastated by Covid, Latin America Is Now Unprepared for Vaccine

[WSJ] China’s Riskier Companies Pay Up to Raise Bond Financing

[WSJ] Chinese Household Debt Surges Through the Pandemic

[FT] Soaring eurozone government debt reignites call for cancellation

[FT] Brazil’s borrowing binge gives investors the jitters