Simon Quijano-Evans

facebook_page
twitter_page

Last quote by Simon Quijano-Evans

At the moment we are in a sort of no mans land as far as markets are concerned. Since Trump's inauguration it's been a bumpy ride and if we focus on what he has been saying about China, the intention to charge U.S. firms abroad taxes, the narrative on Mexico - it seems very clear these policy aims have been set in stone and it's a question for waiting for them to happen.
Feb 24 2017 China
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 Simon Quijano-Evans is associated, including U.S., IMF, and market. Most recently, Simon Quijano-Evans has been quoted saying: “The budget deficit target is a compromise between keeping rating agencies and the population happier, with a GDP growth forecast at 6.5 percent versus original plans of 7.1 percent. Markets are likely to take this well.” in the article EMERGING MARKETS-Robust factory data lifts emerging stocks; India outperforms. An other article where Simon Quijano-Evans has been quoted is EMERGING MARKETS-Turkey's lira tumbles, EM stocks snap 4-day winning streak.
Automatically powered byStoryzy

Simon Quijano-Evans quotes

However, multi-month, markets will be focused on how much capital is required from the state and how much can be obtained from the original owners in order to reduce the fiscal burden.

The central bank is showing it doesn't really want to waste its FX reserves on something that it cannot influence at the moment.

Anyone living in the U.K. will have been asked so many times in the past months about their views on the possible outcome of Thursday's referendum – the only answer one can give is we just don't know until the day after.

I think we are really at a turning point in European history. Are we going to see a reversal of the convergence story between east and west Europe of the last 10, 15, 25 years? And how are leaders, wherever they are from, going to deal with that?

It's more about economic failings and the war situation at this stage. Interest rates won't make any difference, just as they are not (making a difference) in Russia.

No quotes...
More Simon Quijano-Evans quotes

Quotes by Simon Quijano-Evans

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