Last quote by Michelle Girard
We priced in a lot of good news, and it's going to be choppy. The speed of getting clarity to companies and individuals on the tax plan is key.
Feb 08 2017
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Quotes by Michelle Girard
Dec 14 2016
We are a bit sceptical of this morning's numbers. Given anecdotal evidence and the rise in consumer confidence, we suspect the November figures could get revised higher or will be followed by a much improved performance.
Dec 13 2016
As most FOMC participants are likely to wait for more specifics on Trump's fiscal policy initiatives before formally altering their forecasts, markets may be disappointed by the lack of additional insight provided. We expect most participants will continue to see two to three rate hikes as appropriate in 2017.
Nov 08 2016
In contrast, a Trump victory would trigger massive uncertainty that would likely undermine risk assets at least initially, which in turn could preclude a Fed rate hike this year.
Nov 04 2016
With labor markets tight, companies have started earlier each year to secure scarce temporary workers for the upcoming holiday season. If done earlier than the seasonal factors expect, this seasonal hiring could bias the numbers higher.
Jun 03 2016
Even if Brexit were seen to be an unlikely outcome, we think this extremely cautious Fed Chair might see relatively little cost to waiting another seven weeks to act.
Jan 08 2016
To me, it seems the developments have set the stage for asymmetric risk in terms of market reaction. In terms of the report, I don't have a strong feeling about it in either direction. We have a consensus number at 200,000. ... Hourly wages will bump up year over year. That's been well advertised.
Jan 08 2016
The most important development in 2016 will be an acceleration in wage growth towards the 3 percent mark. If wages pick up, the hurdle for the Fed pausing or halting the policy normalization process would be raised.
Jan 04 2016
The factory sector continues to struggle in the face of global headwinds, and there is little reason to expect an imminent turnaround.