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Bob Lynch Quotes

The European Central Bank is worried that weakness in the euro will result in inflation.
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#Inflation

It's partly a momentum move.
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#Momentum

Slower growth and tame inflation are certainly more supportive of the dollar than a hard-landing scenario would be.
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#Growth

The imbalances in the economy haven't been corrected, but they are on the way to being corrected. Productivity could be on a permanently rising trend.
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#Economy

It is premature to believe that Middle East tensions have been resolved or that the equity markets have bottomed out,
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#Believe

The European Central Bank is worried that weakness in the euro will result in inflation,
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#Inflation

The risk of intervention may have increased, but it is still not likely,
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#Risk

I don't see any quick fix for Japan. Rather than having turned the corner, it appears that Japan's economy isn't going to recover any time soon.
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#Economy

It's obvious the market isn't buying into a weak U.S. economy story despite the unexpected softness in Friday's data.
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#Economy

[Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan] has made it clear that he is concerned with what is happening with the economy's growth right now, and not with what occurred in the first and second quarters, ... That is why the July job numbers will be important.
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#Growth

There are still some signs of tightness in the labor market.
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#Labor

We're starting to see some tangible signs of slowing in the economy. That's working against the dollar.
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#Economy

It may be difficult for the dollar to sustain the overbought levels it reached against the euro in the past year,
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#Past

Buying euros and selling yen is a better way to trade the euro recovery story,
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#Trade

The FOMC is likely to see balanced risks in the economy, with the threat of a sharp slowdown about equal to the threat of inflation,
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#Economy

At least the ECB showed that it is still willing to intervene to support the euro,
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#Support

Most market participants didn't believe there would be ECB intervention, let alone coordinated intervention with the United States,
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#United States

ECB intervention to support the euro is not all that likely.
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#Support

The strong U.S. economy was behind the dollar's rally, so signs of slowing are hurting the dollar,
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#Economy

While there have been some obvious signs of slowing in the U.S. economy, market participants want to see additional evidence confirming the slowdown,
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#Economy

The price action of the past 10 years shows that while Japanese investors have been sellers of foreign securities from January to March, this has not been consistent with a strengthening of the yen.
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#10 Years #Yen

The situation for Japan's life insurers raised concerns about the financial sector in general, as well as the implications it could have for the Japanese economy,
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#Japan

The euro will go up, ... Market participants are waiting for more consistent evidence of a U.S. slowdown.
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#Slowdown

The jobs report only goes part of the way toward confirming slower U.S. growth, ... It is not enough to push the euro up to 97 cents anytime soon.
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#Jobs

The headline (number) was clearly disappointing, but it remains to be seen whether weakness in the Philly Fed will be reflected in the national ISM index and whether this is a temporary phenomenon or a more permanent decline in the business outlook,
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#Decline #Phenomenon

In recent years, the U.S. economy has consistently outperformed expectations,
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#Economy

The headline (number) was clearly disappointing, but it remains to be seen whether weakness in the Philly Fed will be reflected in the national ISM index and whether this is a temporary phenomenon or a more permanent decline in the business outlook.
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#Decline #Phenomenon