Philip Shaw


Last quote by Philip Shaw

It's clear that terror attacks affect people, but over the last few years we have seen that it doesn't affect spending habits or economic fundamentals. Markets can get nervous for a brief period of time, but usually we see it recovering.
Mar 23 2017
Philip Shaw has been quoted 16 times. The two most recent articles where Philip Shaw has been quoted are Rising prices set to push inflation over 2% Bank of England target and Investors all ears as Trump set to break silence. Most recently, Philip Shaw was quoted as having said, “Clothing prices fell unexpectedly sharply last month, which may well herald a strong rebound this time.”.
Automatically powered byStoryzy

Philip Shaw quotes

Partly it's a case of once bitten, twice shy. But there's also a great level of uncertainty which means the Bank can't give clarity about when it might start to raise rates.

We do not consider this to be a sign that consumer spending is beginning to peter out. One reason is that the past two months' figures probably represent a correction to a run of strong outturns.

The problem is, given the depth of the crisis, they're unlikely to make a material, positive impact for quite some time. There is absolutely no quick fix to the problem.

No quotes...
More Philip Shaw quotes

Quotes by Philip Shaw

This webpage has been created by a robot: errors and absent quotes cannot be totally avoided