Last quote by Mike Ingram
Had they delivered an interest rate cut, you can be fairly sure that the market appetite for further cuts would have remained insatiable. That is what we have seen elsewhere in the world and ultimately that might have had some very unfortunate feedback effects into gilt markets, maybe international investors starting to demand a premium on sterling assets and who knows how that might have fed through into longer term interest rates, it might have actually had the opposite effect.
Jul 14 2016
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 Mike Ingram is associated, including UK, International, and market. Most recently, Mike Ingram has been quoted saying: “There has been a certain amount of contagion in international markets, but I don't think that anybody is arguing that we are looking at systemic failure of the world financial system. Of course authorities have done much good work to improve and increase the resilience of the global financial system. As George Osborne only this morning pointed out, banks in the UK have something like ten times the capital that they had in 2007- 2008.” in the article British finance minister breaks Brexit silence and markets shrug. An other article where Mike Ingram has been quoted is Shares rise, pound drops on UK stimulus measures.
Quotes by Mike Ingram
Jun 27 2016
There has been a certain amount of contagion in international markets, but I don't think that anybody is arguing that we are looking at systemic failure of the world financial system. Of course authorities have done much good work to improve and increase the resilience of the global financial system. As George Osborne only this morning pointed out, banks in the UK have something like ten times the capital that they had in 2007- 2008.
Apr 08 2016
The market currently seems to be thinking that yes we have had this quarter point rate cut today, however we're going to see more, that's what the market is saying, I just has a quick look at the Short Sterling futures and what they seem to be indicating is about a 40 percent chance of UK rates being cut to zero by year end.
Oct 13 2015
It will have enormous global market share, enormous pricing power. And yes, of course if this deal is to be waved through by the competition authorities, there are going to have to be significant disposals both in North America and in China.
Aug 28 2015
But there are some fundamental problems there and I would be very surprised if we got to the end of the year without it raising its head again.
Aug 02 2015
I think there are some very profound economic problems, and clearly there are political problems there as well, which complicates matters; it's one of the reasons why I have not jumped on the band wagon with overweight European stocks. I am very happy not to be on that particular train wreck.
Jul 14 2015
I don't think we'll see any (Iranian) crude hitting markets until 2016.
Jul 13 2015
Greek banks have been shuttered for two weeks. They will certainly need to be recapitalised. There needs to be a 'bad bank', how is that going to work out? And of course they are going to need continuing largesse from the ECB.
Apr 22 2014
It's positive news for shareholders, clearly what's going on in terms of the big picture is these pharma companies are trying to rationalise their portfolios, they're trying to do less, better. Scale, critical mass and better pipeline are absolutely important.
Nov 20 2012
The real issue going down the road is how is this mega merger going to be viewed in the economy in 3-5 years time? Is it going to mark the top of the cycle? Is it a defensive merger? Or is it a strategically progressive move?
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