Last quote by James Knightley
Despite the slightly disappointing outcome this remains a very strong report.
Feb 03 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 Knightley is associated, including ECB and England. Most recently, James Knightley has been quoted saying: “Inflation is going to rise, driven by import costs for energy and food, particularly as hedged positions end. This should weaken consumer spending, while the triggering of Article 50 could lead to business being more cautious.” in the article Trump to get first sign of U.S. economic health. An other article where James Knightley has been quoted is ECB to hold steady, Trump takes office.
Quotes by James Knightley
Jan 20 2017
Inflation is going to rise, driven by import costs for energy and food, particularly as hedged positions end. This should weaken consumer spending, while the triggering of Article 50 could lead to business being more cautious.
Jan 13 2017
Next week's ECB meeting should be a non-event. After the December decision to extend QE at a slower pace, the ECB is almost on an autopilot for the rest of 2017.
Sep 16 2016
The general tone of activity data over the last two weeks is not really enough to swing the doubters into rate hike territory. If activity is not strong and inflation is non-existent then it seems just a little bit tricky to justify higher rates.
Sep 01 2016
The plunge in sterling is boosting the UK's competitiveness, which is helping to support export orders, while the aggressive stimulus from the Bank of England and the smooth transition of political leadership has also helped calm immediate fears for the economy.
Aug 18 2016
This positive surprise is encouraging for (third quarter) growth, but with consumer confidence having plunged in the wake of Brexit and business surveys suggesting growing caution, we doubt that it is sustainable.
Jun 28 2016
(These numbers) would feed through into lower property prices and weaker construction. Anecdotally, the estate agents have been talking about a downturn.
Aug 14 2012
We really need to take the June and July figures together and this implies that the downward trend in prices remains in place.
May 19 2011
With household incomes failing to keep pace with the cost of living, we expect to see retail sales growth remain fairly modest through much of this year.