Last quote by Marvin Loh
We get the sense that the Fed may be content remaining on the sidelines until there is more clarity on the economic impact from the incoming administration's policies, which based on its opaque approach to announcing priorities, will take some time to tease out.
Jan 04 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 Marvin Loh is associated, including Fed and September. Most recently, Marvin Loh has been quoted saying: “We think anything short of a horrible number (in U.S. employment next week) will provide the verve for the Fed to move. Even an especially weak print may be discounted as a transitional figure ripe for revision.” in the article Dollar jumps to highest in almost 14 years on Fed hike stance. An other article where Marvin Loh has been quoted is Yields rise after U.S. GDP data, in line with foreign bonds.
Quotes by Marvin Loh
Nov 23 2016
We think anything short of a horrible number (in U.S. employment next week) will provide the verve for the Fed to move. Even an especially weak print may be discounted as a transitional figure ripe for revision.
Oct 28 2016
The larger moves during the week have been driven by changing views on the next stage for monetary policy, with central bankers increasingly signaling their hesitation to push rates significantly lower than current levels.
Sep 05 2016
We will add that we have been fooled by the FOMC on September moves in prior years and vow not to fall into that same trap again.
Jun 03 2016
The Fed rhetoric which pushed hard to convince the market that they will move in the coming few meetings just hit a wall.
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