Last quote by Jennifer Vail
That might actually put some substantial downward pressure on the markets, despite the good jobless claims number. The dollar is being pulled down by some of that geopolitical risk.
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 Jennifer Vail is associated, including ECB and Fed. Most recently, Jennifer Vail has been quoted saying: “There weren't any major market-making data points coming out, and I think that's why the markets are kind of taking a breather. It could be a volatile day if it comes in either substantially stronger or substantially weaker.” in the article Asian shares wobble, knocked by Wall Street losses. An other article where Jennifer Vail has been quoted is Benchmark yields hit new highs, set for biggest 2-week gain since 2001.
Quotes by Jennifer Vail
Dec 21 2016
There weren't any major market-making data points coming out, and I think that's why the markets are kind of taking a breather. It could be a volatile day if it comes in either substantially stronger or substantially weaker.
Nov 18 2016
The spike in yields can really be attributed to the market's outlook on inflation and domestic economic growth. And that relates directly to some initiatives that President-elect Trump has mentioned in the past, things such as increased defense spending, corporate tax cuts, perhaps relaxing some of the barriers to further domestic oil and gas production.
Aug 26 2016
The anticipation is a bit too much. She is one of the more pragmatic and balanced speakers. I think she will leave the door open for a rate hike sometime this year, but I don't see the Fed actually moving until December.
Mar 29 2016
We're still experiencing the hangover from the BOJ's negative interest rate policy, which is driving a lot of safe-haven flows. The market is waiting to see if a further move into negative territory is going to be part of policymakers' toolbox.
Mar 10 2016
This is probably not a consensus view, but the market is almost pricing in the entire kitchen sink from the ECB, and I think it's setting itself up for disappointment.