Last quote by Thomas Costerg
We could see the first signs of an investment comeback in the oil and gas sector. That should continue to support growth the in the early months of 2017.
Jan 27 2017
Thomas Costerg has been quoted 10 times. The two most recent articles where Thomas Costerg has been quoted are US employment growth seen strong in December, wages up and Consumers seen powering US economic growth in second quarter. Most recently, Thomas Costerg was quoted as having said, “It will show the economy finished 2016 on a strong note with buoyant activity. It's a stronger starting point for the Trump administration. There is prevailing optimism across the economy which bodes well for 2017.”.
Quotes by Thomas Costerg
Jan 06 2017
It will show the economy finished 2016 on a strong note with buoyant activity. It's a stronger starting point for the Trump administration. There is prevailing optimism across the economy which bodes well for 2017.
Jul 29 2016
The worry for the Fed is that you have a two-sided economy with strong consumer spending but weak investment. They will continue to put a rate hike on the table but they will end up procrastinating.
Jul 21 2016
The economy is doing well and is weathering the global turbulence. With housing and consumers powering ahead, some of the clouds are dissipating and summer looks good from a data point of view.
Jul 08 2016
The labor market is slowing because the business cycle is slowing. There is less slack to absorb.
Jun 24 2016
I think the Fed is going to be worried about the second round consequences for the European Union. Even with stronger U.S. data, I don't think the Fed will tighten policy. It has already been anxious about the global picture, it is increasingly behaving like the central bank of the world, and it will likely remain really worried about what it means for the EU.
Jun 24 2016
One can forget about rate hikes in the near term. What I'm worried about is that the Brexit vote could be the straw that breaks the back of the U.S. growth picture.
Jan 08 2016
The U.S. economy is a two-sided economy. The domestic sector continues to power job growth. There is a risk that the weakness in manufacturing could spread to services, but we don't see that right now.
May 10 2012
There is still huge uncertainty about Spanish real estate prices, and more importantly private sector appetite is low for those assets.There is a big fear that the Spanish government may have to intervene more and may have to support the banking sector by a bigger amount.
Jan 04 2012
Some countries are on the brink of accepting a bailout, I think especially of Spain and Italy, where confidence is weak and this weak confidence is aggravated by the fact that bailout mechanisms are insufficient to deal with the problems.
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