Last quote by Daisuke Uno
There was no mention of the size and the schedule of his tax cuts and spending. He just repeated what he had said. So the dollar would have been sold on disappointment but in reality a barrage of comments from the Fed this morning overwhelmed that.
Mar 01 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 Daisuke Uno is associated, including China and U.S.. Most recently, Daisuke Uno has been quoted saying: “There is a narrative that there will be strong leadership because Republicans took the White House and the both houses of Congress. But we have to keep in mind that Trump also divided the nation as well as the Republicans.” in the article Asian stocks ride Wall Street rally, oil extends gains.
Quotes by Daisuke Uno
Nov 22 2016
There is a narrative that there will be strong leadership because Republicans took the White House and the both houses of Congress. But we have to keep in mind that Trump also divided the nation as well as the Republicans.
Sep 29 2016
It could be that everyone is thinking that they don't have to cut output themselves. I think the markets are still not fully convinced.
Aug 17 2016
As the world economy is slowing down, many countries now need a cheaper currency to support share prices. The U.S. wants a cheaper dollar and so does China, leaving the yen taking the brunt.
Jul 22 2016
I doubt one would change their (the BOJ's) basic thinking in just one month. But on the other hand, it is true that the market is still somehow wary of the possibility the BOJ may open the Pandora's Box next week.
Jul 12 2016
The rally is supported not so much by economic fundamentals as liquidity. The rally is likely to prove unsustainable and short-lived.
Feb 19 2016
I would assume oil prices will face downward pressure and there will be selling into a rally.
Oct 05 2010
In a sense what the Bank of Japan did today was practically everything they could ever do and there is hardly anything more they can do after this. If they needed to ease policy rates further, things are likely to become negative very quickly from here on.
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