Timothy M. Ghriskey
Last quote by Timothy M. Ghriskey
It's not very good publicity for Wells but I think they'll get through it. It's a cheap stock.
Sep 21 2016
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 Timothy M. Ghriskey is associated, including U.S., Fed, and economy. Most recently, Timothy M. Ghriskey has been quoted saying: “Both the lower oil prices and the ISM show weakness in the economy. There's fear that there's a disconnect between what the Fed might do and what the data is showing us.” in the article U.S., European shares slip after U.S. data; oil falls. An other article where Timothy M. Ghriskey has been quoted is RPT-Wall St Week Ahead-Silicon Valley leads avalanche of quarterly reports.
Quotes by Timothy M. Ghriskey
Sep 01 2016
Both the lower oil prices and the ISM show weakness in the economy. There's fear that there's a disconnect between what the Fed might do and what the data is showing us.
Jul 24 2016
These are very widely owned companies by institutional investors and there could be selling if the news is bad.
Jul 10 2016
Banks are definitely in the spotlight. There is some trepidation in the market going into this earnings season, the quarter economically was not particularly strong.
Jun 29 2016
The delay in expectations for any type of a rate hike is helping the overall market enjoy the prospect of a longer period of easy-money policy.
May 23 2016
The market needs to be coddled and gently eased into a slightly higher interest-rate environment, and that appears to be what the Fed is doing. Rates need to normalize, and the Fed needs to give itself room to lower again in the event of another financial crisis.
Jan 26 2016
This is a schizophrenic market. Big up days, big down days. No real direction. We need some stability in oil prices for the markets to calm down from here and become less volatile.
Jan 13 2016
There is a fear that the global economy and the U.S. economy as well could lapse into a recession given the fall in energy prices and greater economic weakness overseas.
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