Dow jones: Brace for a bloodbath. pic.twitter.com/5ndSnq26HL
— The Great Martis (@great_martis) June 10, 2020
— Antonio Pérez Algás (@apanalis) June 10, 2020
— Invariant Perspective (@InvariantPersp1) June 10, 2020
— Quoth the Raven (@QTRResearch) June 10, 2020
Time for a breather? “It’s starting to look that way,” says @TimmerFidelity
Using 2009 as analog, a correction would take SPX to 2950 .. “entirely plausible .. especially now that everyone is on a full ‘second wave’ alert with CV19 cases back on the rise in certain states.” pic.twitter.com/PXzwsg8HwR
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) June 10, 2020
Mid-week COVID-19 update. This is a plot of the 3-day average of US deaths. Low day was May 26th. I'll let you know if we get 3 days lower than that going forward. pic.twitter.com/FwMTws70H7
— Market Musings (@AndysCycles) June 10, 2020
The data nobody wanted to see.
"Texas recorded 2,504 new cases, the highest one-day total since the pandemic emerged, according to state health department figures. The count climbed by 3.2% to 79,757, exceeding the seven-day average of 2.2%"t.co/Q5RQMIoo41
— Jonathan Ferro (@FerroTV) June 10, 2020
8,553 new coronavirus cases this week, the most of any seven-day period.
Hospitalizations in Texas on Tuesday jumped a record 6.3%.
California hospitalizations are at their highest since May 13 and have risen in nine of the past 10 days.
— (((evan shapiro))) (@eshap) June 10, 2020