Last quote by James Hughes
James Hughes has been quoted 6 times. The one recent article where James Hughes has been quoted is Italian shares recover after ‘short-lived’ reaction to referendum vote; Investors focus on Draghi. Most recently, James Hughes was quoted as having said, “I think the feeling with BMPS is that aid is still coming despite what has happened here. It looks more likely every day that they will need it and I think the NO vote hasn't changed that feeling.”.
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Quotes by James Hughes
Dec 05 2016
I think the feeling with BMPS is that aid is still coming despite what has happened here. It looks more likely every day that they will need it and I think the NO vote hasn't changed that feeling.feedback
Dec 05 2016
Unicredit was down initially for two reasons, firstly because it's an Italian bank and that was the default move early on. Secondly we are awaiting an announcement of the company's strategic plan that is due on Dec. 13. The Amundi move is seen as part of this overall plan and could indicate that we are looking towards a restructuring and cost cutting plan.feedback
Nov 30 2016
Many will say that a global crisis is not on the horizon, however with UK reliant on borrowing from other nations to finance its now growing deficit, the global trend of rapidly increasing debt paints a very worrying picture.feedback
Jan 06 2016
The events in North Korea have only added to further downward pressure, with the words 'nuclear explosion' and markets never mixing too well together.feedback
Sep 15 2011
This is mainly a confidence issue now of course. Back in 2008 all of these banks across the world, people lost confidence in them, the governments had to bail them out. Now, when we're just starting to think that maybe some of these banks are getting a foothold back, maybe regaining that confidence, which they've had to work very hard to get back, something like this happens.feedback
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