Last quote by Won Sohn
I think there is some anticipatory hiring going on. The only way I can really explain that is optimism related to the election.
Feb 03 2017
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 Won Sohn is associated, including Fed and United States. Most recently, Won Sohn has been quoted saying: “I don't look for the Fed to do anything this week. They are starting to get their ducks in a row for further rate hikes, but it will be too soon to pull the trigger.” in the article At a moment of uncertainty, Fed likely to leave rates alone. An other article where Won Sohn has been quoted is US economic growth slowed to 1.9 percent rate in Q4.
Quotes by Won Sohn
Jan 31 2017
I don't look for the Fed to do anything this week. They are starting to get their ducks in a row for further rate hikes, but it will be too soon to pull the trigger.
Jan 27 2017
At the moment, we don't know the size, the scale and the timing of the Trump program. But it is very possible that we will get a significant boost to economic growth in the second half of next year if Trump is successful getting his program through Congress.
Nov 29 2016
Mr. Mnuchin is highly successful, and he's well-known in financial circles here.
Nov 02 2016
In the midst of an election, the last thing the Fed wants to do is add fuel to all the political controversy from the candidates.
Oct 07 2016
The word has spread that there are jobs to be had, and more and more people are flocking to the job market.
Sep 19 2016
They need to see more evidence of progress, especially on inflation.
Jun 29 2016
The Fed is looking at potentially years of uncertainty. This will hurt consumer spending and capital investment in the United States. I would put it pretty close to zero probability that we will have a hike in interest rates this year or next year.
Jun 21 2016
Yellen has certainly become less optimistic about future economic growth. She is citing the slowing in productivity, the slowing growth of the labor force and a mountain of global uncertainties.
Jun 13 2016
While the global economy has stabilized in the sense that it is not dropping like a rock, global economic growth remains anemic at best. Given all the uncertainties on economic growth and continued low inflation, there is no need to rush to hike interest rates.