Last quote by John Bredemus
I think the markets have decided on a winner, and while volatility has clearly picked up recently, it is difficult to determine if it is being driven by election uncertainty or economic data. Recent news about better growth in the U.S. and abroad, especially China, has pushed bond yields higher.feedback
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 John Bredemus is associated, including China, Fed, and market. Most recently, John Bredemus has been quoted saying: “People are going to try to speculate as to what the outcomes are going to be, but I think most people are going to be sitting on the sidelines until it happens. I think markets have priced in; most of it's not going to occur. I do think if there's Brexit, they do vote to leave, there's going to be some flight to quality.” in the article Markets caught in limbo ahead of Brexit vote. An other article where John Bredemus has been quoted is Dow closes at 2-month high after jobs.
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Quotes by John Bredemus
Jun 22 2016
People are going to try to speculate as to what the outcomes are going to be, but I think most people are going to be sitting on the sidelines until it happens. I think markets have priced in; most of it's not going to occur. I do think if there's Brexit, they do vote to leave, there's going to be some flight to quality.feedback
Mar 04 2016
I think the equity market has basically recovered from the recession fears that were out there and the collapse of oil three or four weeks ago. The ramp up we've had is more of a relief rally. Things aren't as bad as they've been generally feared. I think the next stage up would have to be more fundamentally based.feedback
Jan 28 2016
The huge higher open was clearly around oil prices higher and the talk about OPEC cutting production. I think the reality is setting in. I think reality is, after the Fed, is the Fed isn't seeing anything better than we are. It's earnings season. Things are slow, things aren't going as well as we hoped and oil is uncertain.feedback
Jan 28 2016
A lot of what's going on in markets today is this uncertainty in oil and commodity prices and how that's going to affect (energy companies).feedback
Jan 07 2016
Obviously it's really being driven right now by China and oil prices. It's been a flight to quality. ... It's not a whole lot different from what we saw last August. I don't get too concerned about a single day but we've had a couple days. This gives real concern if the U.S. economy can continue to go it alone (if) the rest of the world continues to slow.feedback
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