Last quote by Hussein Sayed
Given the slow progress in implementing tax cuts and infrastructure spending plans, markets will soon realize that they are ahead of themselves. I'm still quite confident that U.S. protectionist policies will do more harm than good.
Mar 20 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 Hussein Sayed is associated, including September and OPEC. Most recently, Hussein Sayed has been quoted saying: “Given the slow progress in implementing tax cuts and infrastructure spending plans, markets will soon realize that they are ahead of themselves. I'm still quite confident that U.S. protectionist policies will do more harm than good.” in the article GLOBAL MARKETS-Trade protectionism worry drags on stocks, dollar at 6-week low. An other article where Hussein Sayed has been quoted is S&P reaches $20 trillion in market cap for first time as stocks notch record highs.
Hussein Sayed quotes
Markets are still unconvinced that an agreement will be reached with Iran downplaying yesterday the chances of OPEC and non-OPEC producers sealing a deal to curb output.
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Quotes by Hussein Sayed
Feb 13 2017
The Fed's statement on February 1 didn't provide any additional clues on monetary policy direction, and as of last week, markets were only pricing in 13.3% chance for a rate hike in March and 23.7% in May. ... it's going to be interesting on which side will Yellen move the needle.
Jan 24 2017
Sterling has appreciated by more than 400 pips versus the dollar since May delivered her Brexit speech last Tuesday, and we are likely to see another leg higher if the U.K.'s supreme court voted in favour of the parliament. However, this wouldn't mean that Brexit won't come into action, it's just going to slow the process and add a few more complexities. I would consider selling a rally (in the pound) then buying the dips.
Dec 22 2016
With less traders on their desks and most investors planning where to spend their New Year's Eve, markets have clearly entered the holiday mood. We can barely see any significant moves in equities, fixed income or even currency markets today, suggesting that more consolidation is expected throughout the remaining days of 2016.
Dec 20 2016
Investors have become so fast in digesting bad news, and this explains the resilience in financial markets.
Dec 20 2016
2016 is ending with tragic incidents in Turkey and Germany, but investors have become so fast in digesting bad news, and this explains the resilience in financial markets.
Dec 19 2016
Although I believe that the market has run a little ahead of itself, as long as there's no bad news, this momentum trade can record new tops. For the rally to be justifiable in the longer run, we require earning expectations to overshoot, and this is still missing from the equation.
Dec 12 2016
The most recent 'dot plot' from the September meeting shows another two rate hikes are projected for 2017, which is in line with markets expectations, and investors are wondering if these dots are going to move higher when released on Wednesday.
Nov 17 2016
Markets are more interested in Yellen's view on the economic effects of Trump's proposed fiscal policies.
Nov 14 2016
Trump's transition will remain a big factor influencing financial markets the weeks ahead, especially as he starts revealing the names of people who will serve in his administration.
Oct 13 2016
A 10 percent fall in Chinese exports in September not only provides a warning signal that the world's second largest economy is losing momentum, but also suggests a fragile global demand.
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