Krishna Memani

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It's not night and day. It's basically we're in the dusk somewhere. It's not the end of the day, and it's not midnight in terms of contrast of different markets. It's just growth is good. Inflation is not picking up. I think you can justify the current level of the equity market. At one point, the bond market was expecting inflation picking up meaningfully, and it gave up the ghost. You can't build expectations and not deliver. That's what he's doing at the moment. That worked when growth was good, and when growth is not good you don't have any credibility.feedback
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Apr 26 2017 Trump Presidency
Krishna Memani has most recently been quoted in an article called Two huge markets are sizing up Trump and making radically different bets. Krishna Memani said, “It's not night and day. It's basically we're in the dusk somewhere. It's not the end of the day, and it's not midnight in terms of contrast of different markets. It's just growth is good. Inflation is not picking up. I think you can justify the current level of the equity market. At one point, the bond market was expecting inflation picking up meaningfully, and it gave up the ghost. You can't build expectations and not deliver. That's what he's doing at the moment. That worked when growth was good, and when growth is not good you don't have any credibility.”. Krishna Memani has been quoted a grand total of 23 times in 11 articles.
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Today is a pretty lackluster day. The market is not taking a significant turn in a negative way, but it doesn't really see any positive impetus in the near term to go higher.feedback

The markets are catching their breath. It's been one heck of a post-Brexit few months. With Yellen talking and the jobs report coming up, there's a bit of a correction in the market place, but nothing extraordinary.feedback

The Fed wants to have it both ways. They want lower rates because they know that helps the economy. At this point, however, what they are really worried about is no inflation as much as that they are lowering volatility, leading to asset prices at a much higher level and causing all sorts of financial stability–related concerns. If the financial markets were at a 20 percent discount, I don't think they'd be as worried as they are.feedback

What the markets are reacting to more than anything else is expectation that the central banks are going to be providing a high level of policy support.feedback

Central banks have been successful in supporting asset classes but perhaps not getting growth going to the level they want it to go.feedback

Policy makers would end up supporting the economy far more. From a policy support standpoint it may end up being a positive for banks rather than a negative.feedback

What (the data) is saying is the U.S. economy in the fourth quarter is slowing and the data is in line with that expectation of that slowdown. However, the market's concerns of recession are much more elevated than they were a few days ago because of emerging markets, China and commodities.feedback

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