Last quote by Krishna Guha
A March hike would be markedly hawkish as it would drive markets to price in up to four hikes this year from two-and-change today, more than the three hikes even relatively hawkish FOMC participants are indicating as their baseline for 2017; among other things, this would risk a renewed dollar surge. We think the FOMC will be cautious about putting too much weight on easier financial conditions and the revival in animal spirits, due to wariness that the 'Trump bump' could reverse amid ongoing turmoil and legislative strain in Washington.feedback
Feb 21 2017
Krishna Guha has been quoted 5 times in 3 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Krishna Guha’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Krishna Guha speaks about are July, June, and solution, for example. Most recently, Krishna Guha was quoted in the article The Fed and the market are having a hard time getting on the same page saying, “A May hike would firm up a three hike baseline for 2017 – leading to a slightly tighter but not much tighter market rate path, which we think would be warranted based on the data but need not lead to a sharp move in the dollar or financial market conditions.”.
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Quotes by Krishna Guha
Feb 21 2017
A May hike would firm up a three hike baseline for 2017 – leading to a slightly tighter but not much tighter market rate path, which we think would be warranted based on the data but need not lead to a sharp move in the dollar or financial market conditions.feedback
Feb 21 2017
In these unsettled and politically polarized times we would expect the Fed leadership to prepare the ground for the next hike carefully.feedback
Feb 17 2017
Given that Singapore is an open economy, those things will definitely help… The government is more opened to venture capital firms, so investors are coming here in a bigger way. It's about tapping those segments and grow the balance sheets from there.feedback
May 23 2016
We think the obvious solution is for the Fed – assuming the data does firm by the time of the June meeting – to use June to set the stage for a July hike.feedback
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