Last quote by James Bevan
We have had an immediate pass through of the weaker currency to headline inflation. We have had food price inflation, we've had energy price inflation. Whether it is an issue or not really depends on whether inflation now gathers pace and begins to be translated into higher wage inflation, reduced competitiveness and therefore reduced profitability.
Jan 17 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 James Bevan is associated, including First, term, and trade. Most recently, James Bevan has been quoted saying: “I do think that what we are observing is some catch-up from the very dull days around Brexit when everybody was doom and gloom and there is now a much more realistic expectation that everyone can continue to do reasonably well in a post-Brexit decision environment.” in the article UK and Irish services sectors see fast growth. An other article where James Bevan has been quoted is Airbus and Boeing face order challenges.
Quotes by James Bevan
Jan 05 2017
I do think that what we are observing is some catch-up from the very dull days around Brexit when everybody was doom and gloom and there is now a much more realistic expectation that everyone can continue to do reasonably well in a post-Brexit decision environment.
May 08 2016
There are two challenges that they face in terms of order flow. First of all the number of airlines that want to have fleets for national pride purposes is clearly declining as the global economy remains weak. Secondly there has been consolidation in terms of airlines wanting to co-participate in routes as evidenced by the Quantas/Emirates deal.
Nov 16 2015
In the short term investors would be concerned on two fronts. First they will worry about the impact on sentiment and sentiment affecting both consumer spending but also corporate investment intentions, particularly in the areas of hotel and aeroplane traffic. Over the longer term there may be a tightening of borders, perhaps ultimately ending up with some disagreement on trade and free trade and that would be bad news for the global economy.
Aug 08 2012
At the moment I think the market's view is that there is far more likely to be a fine. Indeed, it is unlikely we will see any real clarity until the 15th of August when Standard Chartered meets with the New York authority.
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