Last quote by Julian Jessop
The markets are probably right to assume that fiscal and monetary stimulus will go hand in hand.
Jul 14 2016
Julian Jessop has been quoted 8 times. The two most recent articles where Julian Jessop has been quoted are Australia elections, RBA decision in focus, but Brexit takes the spotlight and However Brexit vote goes, UK economy is in trouble. Most recently, Julian Jessop was quoted as having said, “Markets were recognizing that the "Brexit, and especially some form of Brexit-lite, would not be as damaging as so many were arguing ahead of the referendum.”.
Quotes by Julian Jessop
Jul 04 2016
Markets were recognizing that the "Brexit, and especially some form of Brexit-lite, would not be as damaging as so many were arguing ahead of the referendum.
Jun 20 2016
Even leaders of the leave camp have suggested that Brexit would not actually take place until 2020. This means that there would be plenty of time for negotiations to clear up some of the most important uncertainties about the wider impact.
Jun 10 2016
For a start, very little would actually change straightaway in the event of a vote for Brexit.
May 20 2016
The markets are complacent about the risks of further tightening over the next couple of years. Context, however, is everything: the gradual normalization of U.S. interest rates will remain contingent on favorable economic and financial conditions that should limit the downside for asset prices.
Mar 11 2016
It was not the response that many analysts seem to have been looking for, especially with the deposit rate being cut further into negative territory. A reduction in interest rates should be positive for the price of gold – other things being equal – as it lowers the opportunity cost of holding an asset that pays no income.
Feb 17 2016
The success of the deal will depend on Russia playing its full part.
Jan 20 2016
It seems ironic that in the run-up to the global financial crisis we were worried about oil prices being too high in 2007 and 2008. Now we're worried about them being too low.
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