Last quote by Jim Reid
While we continue to think a Trump victory likely means higher US growth in 2017 than we would have expected three or six months ago, we still think volatility will be a feature of the year. It just seems that there are too many uncertainties, unknowns and major policy changes attached to a Trump presidency for it to be a smooth year.
Jan 30 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 Jim Reid is associated, including Yellen, Stanley, and policy. Most recently, Jim Reid has been quoted saying: “U.S. bank earnings are going to be a big attraction. After the Trump trades disappointment this week ... this will likely impact the overall direction of markets.” in the article GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks up on U.S. bank hopes, dollar and yields slip. An other article where Jim Reid has been quoted is Europe continues global rally ahead of ECB decision; more stimulus eyed.
Quotes by Jim Reid
Jan 13 2017
U.S. bank earnings are going to be a big attraction. After the Trump trades disappointment this week ... this will likely impact the overall direction of markets.
Dec 08 2016
Our economists expect the ECB to announce a 6 month extension of the current 80 billion euro QE program from March 2017 to September 2017. They also expect this to be complemented by a move to improve the supply of eligible bonds, for example, the removal or softening of the yield floor.
Dec 01 2016
Fifteen percent is far, far better than the 32.5 percent that was going to come in from January 1.
Nov 14 2016
The good news about the aftermath of the election result is that we're going to get a change in the global policy order away from solely monetary towards fiscal policy. That's encouraging.
Nov 08 2016
Markets are certainly going into today in a much better mood now after that FBI news on Sunday night saw risk assets claw their way back following a near two-week selloff.
May 18 2016
There's still a clearly large gap between where the market is and the recent rhetoric from the Fed. Importantly we're yet to hear from either the Fed President (Janet) Yellen or Vice-Chair (Stanley) Fischer recently.
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