Last quote by Nick Gartside
That (TLTRO) was a policy designed for extraordinary times, we are not in them now. You have growth above trend, you have politics calming down and you have the market pricing in both tapering (of bond purchases) and higher deposit rates. We are shifting from a story that was about divergence to one of convergence and it will be the ECB doing the converging.
Mar 23 2017
Nick Gartside has most recently been quoted in an article called Sterling hits one-month high vs. dollar after surprise UK retail sales bounce. Nick Gartside said, “The concerns about the UK economy are overdone. You look at the CPI release on Tuesday, you look at the retail numbers today and it does feel like the Bank of England can begin to think about raising rates. Why shouldn't it?”. Nick Gartside has been quoted a grand total of 11 times in 6 articles.
Quotes by Nick Gartside
Mar 23 2017
The concerns about the UK economy are overdone. You look at the CPI release on Tuesday, you look at the retail numbers today and it does feel like the Bank of England can begin to think about raising rates. Why shouldn't it?
Feb 14 2017
Probably before Easter time, we'll see markets really latch on to that.
Feb 14 2017
Tax cuts work very quickly for both consumers, for corporations. When you look at GDP (gross domestic product) in the U.S. this year, the reality is that the risk is to the upside, and considerably to the upside. The market's not got that yet. Markets are dominated by animal spirits. When we see the detail of those tax cuts, expect the greed bond to take over. If you've got an environment where the economy is improving, corporations are making more money, households have bigger incomes, they have tax cuts, then that debt service is able to financed.
Nov 25 2016
Against that you could have someone like a retail investor not wanting to own fixed income. So really the idea of a great rotation will depend on who that marginal buyer or seller of fixed income is.
Nov 03 2016
The Retail Prices Index will hit 5 percent next year and, at the same time, triggering Article 50 at the end of March will hurt growth.
Apr 28 2016
With today's policy announcement, the Bank of Japan has essentially excited to disappoint and as a result we've seen the yen moving dramatically stronger in immediate reaction.
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