Chris Hare - Investec
Last quote by Chris Hare
While the weaker pound is probably beginning to provide some boost to net exports, the negative impact on household spending power via higher imported inflation is beginning to bite discernibly. Indeed, the inflation squeeze is material: as an average over the quarter, CPI inflation climbed to 2.1% year-on-year in the first quarter versus 1.2% in the fourth quarter.feedback
Apr 24 2017
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 Chris Hare is associated, including MPC, expectation, and rate. Most recently, Chris Hare has been quoted saying: “We anticipate further upward pressures from food, clothing and utilities – the latter reflecting the fact that two major utility companies raised prices, electricity prices in particular, on the month.” in the article Inflation and wage figures to underline Brexit strain on Britons.
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Quotes by Chris Hare
Apr 09 2017
We anticipate further upward pressures from food, clothing and utilities – the latter reflecting the fact that two major utility companies raised prices, electricity prices in particular, on the month.feedback
Feb 07 2017
If Brexit talks go haywire and/or, the economy begins to slow significantly, a material fall in the pound could result. We are fairly bullish on sterling, based on the view that we will see some correction from its significant undervaluation, while we also expect some support from some additional clarity on Brexit.feedback
Oct 30 2015
Perhaps counter-intuitively, growing hawkish dissent might not be entirely unhelpful for the MPC as a whole.feedback
Oct 30 2015
It could be a catalyst for the rise in market rate expectations that, we suspect, most of the MPC will be keen to achieve.feedback
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