Last quote by Hirokazu Kabeya
It's becoming all about the U.S. elections. Markets are trying to factor in the changing atmosphere.
Nov 02 2016
Hirokazu Kabeya has been quoted 7 times. The two most recent articles where Hirokazu Kabeya has been quoted are GLOBAL MARKETS-Gold loses shine as Fed feelings lift dollar and Asian shares hit one-year high, dollar slips on weaker U.S. data. Most recently, Hirokazu Kabeya was quoted as having said, “Markets are hoping that they will not just agree on a cut next month but will also come up with a series of cuts in the future.”.
Quotes by Hirokazu Kabeya
Oct 06 2016
Markets are hoping that they will not just agree on a cut next month but will also come up with a series of cuts in the future.
Aug 10 2016
Following strong U.S. payrolls data last week, we are in a sweet spot where the U.S. economy seems to be doing okay while the chances of a near-term Fed rate hike are still relatively small. Earnings in the U.S., Europe and Japan are not bad. So we may be seeing something of a 'Goldilocks' market globally.
Jul 08 2016
While financial markets seem to have absorbed the initial shocks from the Brexit, there's no change in the fact that there is big uncertainty ahead. Investors would need the U.S. economy to be stable.
Jul 08 2016
I would say numbers around the consensus figure will be the most comfortable for markets. Anything below 100,000 will scare investors while reading above 200,000 could rekindle talk of a Fed rate hike even though I suspect people would not seriously expect the Fed to raise rates soon.
May 11 2016
I'd think the markets are supported by lack of negative news flows. It's not that we have clear reason to be positive about the global economy but there may be a bit of unwinding in excessively pessimistic bets.
Jan 15 2016
There are some hopes that a series of Chinese economic data due early next week will give investors relief.
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