Rick Rieder - BlackRock

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Today's data leave a December fed rate hike firmly on the table.feedback
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Oct 13 2017
Rick Rieder has been quoted in 21 different articles. Most recently, Rick Rieder has been quoted saying, “But I don't think the move will be that dramatic.” in an article called Why markets believe Trump would pick Powell to head the Fed. This is only one of 40 quotes from Rick Rieder. To see more examples Rick Rieder’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Rick Rieder's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Rick Rieder said about Europe recently and in the past.
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Jun 28 2017 - IPhone

Today, massive technological disruptions and long-term demographic trends are remaking the inflation landscape, and we believe both investors and policymakers need to abandon an overly rigid view of price change.feedback

Jun 21 2017

Technological innovation is disrupting traditional business models of many industries, putting a lid on prices and influencing inflation in the economy overall.feedback

Jun 21 2017

This is an increasingly challenging paradigm to execute upon today in the more modern commerce era we live in. We believe both investors and policymakers need to abandon an overly rigid view of price change.feedback

Mar 15 2017

The August recess is a very important date, and I think if we're in the summer and it doesn't look like we're getting things done then risk markets, inflation markets would come under pressure. If you have any concerns about them shocking the system from a rapid rate rise they were pretty clear that's not coming. Emerging markets are more attractive than high yield at these levels.feedback

Feb 01 2017

If the Fed does move in March, we could see as many as four hikes in 2017, and as long as data remains supportive, very likely three hikes. This does present the possibility of policy risk, if interest rates were to increase too rapidly, or too much, and cut off the recovery in an abrupt manner.feedback

Feb 01 2017

Still, we think the U.S. economy can withstand somewhat higher rates, and in fact we do expect rates to edge up further this year, but there are limits. The need to maintain the strength of the housing market, and the increased levels of both government and corporate sector leverage, would make any meaningful, or abrupt, move higher in rates from current levels somewhat concerning.feedback

Dec 15 2016

It's not the short end of the yield curve that really drives where funding takes place in the marketplace today. It's actually at the back end of the curve. That's where capex [capital expenditures], where mortgage funding moves.feedback

Dec 15 2016

If you got a 100 basis-point increase in the mortgage rate, but you get a 5 percent cut in the personal tax, you end up doing significantly more [positively], than you do [in damage] because of the rate hike.feedback

Dec 15 2016

In fact, I would argue that you are creating more equilibrium today, which gives you more confidence to invest.feedback

Dec 14 2016

I certainly think we could hit a 3 (percent 10-year yield) by the first quarter of the year.feedback

Dec 14 2016

I think we're moving into a healthier environment where the economic data matters. You have a Fed that is certainly watching global growth and watching inflation around the world.feedback

Dec 14 2016

I'm on the enthusiastic side. I think growth is going to be better than people think, and if you get that, the Fed will react to it.feedback

Nov 28 2016 - Italian Democratic Party

We think that is somewhat overstated. It's making a series of assumptions. One is that Renzi resigns. Two is that you're giving up on any plans to help stabilize the banking system. And both of those are big assumptions.feedback

Nov 28 2016

Some of the banks and financials in broader Europe have traded at cheaper levels because of the 'risk'. We have definitely added some banks and financials because we think they've gotten reasonable.feedback

Nov 14 2016

The thing to watch will be capital flows, as a good amount of money has shifted into EMD [emerging market debt]. It will be important to see if investors have the patience and wherewithal to stick out any near-term headline risks.feedback

Nov 09 2016

This may well aid in accelerating the pickup in inflation levels that already appeared underway, and it likely also results in steepening in the yield curve over time. Of course there are several ways in which this infrastructure could be financed, and if done properly it could benefit from the extraordinary financing conditions we have today.feedback

Sep 16 2016

Some of the correlations between rates and equities are changing. I think it's a big deal if the Fed can start to move. You lose some of that benefits of rates being your ballast against risk assets.feedback

Sep 16 2016

I don't think they're going to go, particularly given the recent data that's been softer. I think they're going to wait until December.feedback

Sep 16 2016 - Japan

I think the Bank of Japan is very important. They could change the amount [they purchase] to a range. I think people could view that as tapering, which I don't think they're going to do.feedback

Sep 16 2016 - Japan

I think the Bank of Japan is very comfortable with the yield curve steepening. The steepening helps their banking system, helps their insurance companies. I think they're covered with the yield curve because it looks like their policies are working.feedback

Sep 16 2016

I think what makes it difficult for everybody is if you go through the speeches, and see who has come out among the voters and said they're ready to raise rates, the majority of the voters have articulated that they are comfortable with rates going higher, but I still think the committee will not do that.feedback

Aug 18 2016 - Indonesia

You are still getting paid substantially positive real rates in places like Brazil or Argentina or Mexico or Indonesia. As long as the dollar stays reasonably contained, as long as growth is moderate but growing, I think emerging markets will do well.feedback

Jul 14 2016

My guess is you'll see a rate cut but you will probably not see the perimeters of a quantitative easing.feedback

Jul 14 2016

I'm going to hold to the case that this Fed is going to have a hard time moving this year. That being said, I think the Fed would like to get a rate hike in and the question is are you going to get the opportunity to do it, but I think the dynamics made it significantly more difficult.feedback

Jul 14 2016

Fifty-five to 60 percent of growth is coming from emerging markets. If the dollar was going to rise significantly, it could impact that growth.feedback

Jun 14 2016

I think people are buying them, A: because they've shorted them against other assets, B: because they are a flight to quality and I'm going to hold them and C: because the ECB has so many of them and there are not that many of them around.feedback

May 06 2016

The U.S. economy is in good shape on a global basis. I don't think we're going into recession this year, but it's definitely declining.feedback

Jan 27 2016

I don't think the economy we've talked about is going into recession, but that you've got a decent economy that's just slowing a bit.feedback

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