Tobias Levkovich - Citi

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In the past, such low correlation readings have preceded stock index weakness. Indeed, it is often best to step up aggressively when correlation is north of 70% and to back off when readings dip below 20%.feedback
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Jun 22 2017 Amazon
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 Tobias Levkovich is associated, including S&P, Europe, and fund. Most recently, Tobias Levkovich has been quoted saying: “In some respects, one of the scariest charts to look at currently is the number of announced mergers and acquisition deals over the past year or two. M&A lawyers argue the 'uncertainty' factor, which has come about recently, given some unpredictable aspects of the new Trump administration, has been the issue.” in the article C.E.O.s Say They’re Confident, but Merger Numbers Don’t Lie.
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Dec 30 2016 - French election 2017

There are things we're going to have to worry about. What's the timing of the legislation? What happens to the dollar? Does the economy slow in Europe ahead of the French election?feedback

Dec 30 2016

There's very little question that a reduced regulatory backdrop with reduced taxes should encourage corporate animal spirits. The two things businesses are concerned by are high taxation and high regulation.feedback

Dec 29 2016

There's very little question that a reduced regulatory backdrop with reduced taxes should encourage corporate animal spirits. The two things businesses are most concerned by is high taxation and high regulation. [S&P] earnings should grow in the 6 to 7 percent range. Half of that is just energy not being a drag like it was last year.feedback

Dec 23 2016

The combination of planned tax cuts (both corporate and personal), light-handed regulation, a repatriation tax holiday on overseas cash and possible infrastructure spending has buoyed hopes for faster economic and earnings growth in 2H17 into 2018. Corporate profits look poised to increase in 2017 and 2018 due in part to easing bank lending standards, a rebound in small-business optimism, tax cuts and energy sector recovery.feedback

Dec 23 2016

The possibility of retroactive tax cuts could force 2017 numbers higher too.feedback

Nov 23 2016

The question is what do you pay for tax-related benefits. I think it won't be the full multiple, but it's still meaningful.feedback

Nov 23 2016

That generates a near 97 percent probably of higher stock prices a year from now.feedback

Nov 23 2016

It doesn't get Democrats on board and Republicans are pushing back a little bit because whatever tax they do collect, for example on a repatriation agreement on overseas cash, they would like to see that kind of be benchmarked against other tax cuts. In other words, try to make this as revenue neutral as possible, don't blow out deficits.feedback

Nov 04 2016

On Trump, the issue is more about we don't know his policies. There's a lot of fear around trade. It's not clear to me the Democrats would be good on trade either. Both parties meet there at the fringes.feedback

Nov 04 2016

Let's say he wins, the market will sell off, then we're going to assess and say, What are his policies?' and we'll see who coalesces around him.feedback

Nov 04 2016

It's really hard getting the Democrats sweeping the House.feedback

Oct 03 2016

History says the first one or two Fed rate hikes do not blow up markets. Then you get people who say ... this time is different.feedback

Sep 12 2016

Neil Securities Director Kenny Polcari said Friday's pullback was a reaction to investors' need to take some money off the table, and Rosengren's comments provided a reason to do just that.feedback

Sep 12 2016

As result, I think you just needed a catalyst. It could have been any catalyst.feedback

Aug 02 2016

Given the upcoming elections, there is newfound hope that the presidential candidates would be willing to push for a tax holiday so as to bring back the funds, encouraging its use for capital spending and job creation. Donald Trump already has advocated that idea.feedback

Jul 13 2016

In some instances, I'd be very worried. Utilities, for example, are trading on a price-to-sales basis at 25-year highs. They're not going to generate 30 percent earnings growth. They just don't.feedback

Jul 13 2016

The investment community remains in a quandary as the S&P 500 hits new highs alongside fund managers struggling with portfolio performance.feedback

Jun 28 2016 - Bear market

In the past, such a depressed zeitgeist did not generate a new bear market but provided the basis for a recovery. Trading on emotions generally is not a smart reaction to unexpected developments and the U.S. has shown itself able to grow its economy even when Europe slipped into recession, which is not the Citi forecasts in any event, though risk premiums are likely to climb in the short term.feedback

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