Last quote by Allen Sandeep
Positive sentiment will continue to support the market and this is likely to be the case until there is specific, negative news that reverses the uptrend.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Allen Sandeep is associated, including India and IMF. Most recently, Allen Sandeep has been quoted saying: “Historically, any time an emerging market won an IMF bailout, stock markets soared - one case study could be India's bailout in 1991, because structural change on both the monetary and fiscal level will eventually be prosperous for the economy.” in the article MIDEAST STOCKS-Egypt surges to fresh eight-year high, Gulf markets diverge. An other article where Allen Sandeep has been quoted is MIDEAST STOCKS-UAE outperforms region, profit-taking hits Saudi, Egypt.
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Quotes by Allen Sandeep
Dec 19 2016
Historically, any time an emerging market won an IMF bailout, stock markets soared - one case study could be India's bailout in 1991, because structural change on both the monetary and fiscal level will eventually be prosperous for the economy.feedback
Dec 07 2016
Shares in OTMT have almost doubled since October, so this sell-off is not only specific to this week's news, it's part of the overall sell-off seen across the broader market today.feedback
Dec 07 2016
Sentiment has not shifted, the market is simply taking a breather.feedback
Nov 05 2016
It makes sense for them to keep it weak for now as their only source for dollars... is people coming in and depositing. Those are the main flows until portfolio investors and tourists come back but this could take months.feedback
Nov 02 2016
Eighteen pounds was not the real value by any means. The weakness in the black market was built on speculation and we think the rate should settle around 11 to 12.feedback
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