Last quote by Shuji Shirota
With many of his cabinet members still not approved, including (incoming Treasury Secretary Steven) Mnuchin, Trump's occasional remarks and tweets are the only guidance markets can get from the new U.S. administration at the moment. For the time being, markets will continue to be driven by what Trump will say. It's Trump-on, Trump-off, rather than risk-on, risk-off.feedback
Feb 02 2017
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Quotes by Shuji Shirota
Feb 02 2017
We've been expecting the Fed's next rate hike to come in June and there was nothing from the Fed indicating a hike in March.feedback
Nov 18 2016
I think the rises in U.S. yields have been driven by excessive optimism in the stock market on Trump's economic policies.feedback
Jun 08 2016
Output is not increasing as much as an increase in employment, hence we have a fall in productivity. If employment stops increasing and we still have no growth in productivity, that would be a worrying sign.feedback
Feb 03 2016
There's no sign of improvement in the oil market. Demand is slowing in many emerging markets and in the U.S, which is the world's biggest consumer, oil inventories stood high.feedback
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