Steven Wieting - Citi Private Bank

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You haven't seen hyper stimulus in the United States from the U.S. Congress and I think we could find that they can act at some point, (but) it's going to be scaled back and the disruptive effects around the world will not occur … And that is a pretty optimistic view. In fact, we think the U.S. dollar is in a peaking process so you have to think of the effect in this region and other emerging markets that this whole combination is one that looks a lot like 2016. A lot of the things that worked through real growth industries will continue to work as investments.feedback
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Jun 22 2017
Steven Wieting has been quoted 22 times. The one recent article where Steven Wieting has been quoted is Citi Private Bank turns bullish on emerging markets as 2017 unfolds a bit differently. Most recently, Steven Wieting was quoted as having said, “We feel comfortable now allocating to emerging markets, which are at near record discount valuations to the United States and (we are) in fact broadening out to international assets generally.”.
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Nov 25 2016 - French election 2017

Europe I would say, from next month throughout the coming year, the political calendar is really agonizing. ... On Dec. 4, you're not only going to have the Italian referendum but an Austrian election. Political cohesion in the euro zone is more important than it is in the U.S. and U.K. which have their own currencies. When you think about the French election, the Dutch election, German elections next year, we just wanted to take a step back.feedback

Nov 22 2016

It'll be both something on the spending side, probably some public-private partnerships, along with the tax cuts, that will be … at least for the next couple years, very pro-growth.feedback

Sep 07 2016

Recession during a new president's first year in office is more the rule than the exception. I think that in this particular case, the way the polling is going suggests to me diminished risk of a large economic transition.feedback

Sep 07 2016 - Democratic Party

We tend to shift to a Democrat when the economy is deeply depressed, as we did in 2009. Democrats have been able to ride out the business cycle recovery. Republicans, as you see from George W. Bush, inherited an economy that was above trend.feedback

Sep 07 2016

With the exception of Reagan and Carter, we've tended to shift toward a Republican when our confidence is high.feedback

Aug 05 2016

If there were just macro economic signals, we'd be more optimistic, but we're just taking a little more neutral stand because of politics. There is also political risk for Europe, as it grapples with Brexit and the growth of nationalism.feedback

Aug 05 2016

If you look at 11 recessions since World War II, eight of them have overlapped in a president's first year in office.feedback

Aug 05 2016 - Oil

We should be very much watching the intersection between petroleum and other asset prices, following the giveback we've had. It doesn't reflect how far along the world had adjusted to lower prices, and the rebalancing of supply and demand.feedback

Aug 05 2016

The point is that political transitions have some economic risks, and I think that's regardless of who comes into office. With a new congress, there are transition risks.feedback

Aug 05 2016

We see labor demand and supply growing at comparable rates. That's good news.feedback

Jun 08 2016

What the ECB is doing with this bond-buying program is to reduce the cost of capital for high-yield firms globally.feedback

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