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David Gilmore Quotes

If the ECB has to intervene regularly to support the euro, it is sending the wrong message to the public, who will be carrying euro notes and coins in 2002,
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#Euro

Japanese individual investors continue to shun risk, and the notion of putting money into foreign assets is repugnant.
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#Assets

No more turning away from the weak and the weary. No more turning away from the coldness inside. Just a world that we all must share. It's not enough just to stand and stare. Is it only a dream that there'll be no more turning away.
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#Courage

Markets become disorderly due to aggregate psychology. That's difficult for anyone to assess at any time, but you look for red flags, like significant overreactions to data.
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#Psychology

Markets become disorderly due to aggregate psychology. That's difficult for anyone to assess at any time, but you look for red flags, like significant overreactions to data,
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#Psychology

The market is pretty bullish on the dollar. With the U.S. economy enjoying low inflation and strong growth, and with the stock market picking up again, it makes it a tough go for the euro.
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#Economy

We believe the yen will weaken substantially into the first quarter of 2001,
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#Believe

A rate hike will be no panacea for the euro,
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#Euro

There was no substance to this rumor. Nonetheless, it caused a short-covering bounce in the yen.
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#Bounce

That would represent back-to-back quarters of growth, a noteworthy achievement.
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#Achievement

More tightening is still needed. The Fed has to consider the election calendar. They can't delay until late summer or fall, when it might be politically more difficult.
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#Calendar

With little evidence that tightness in the U.S. labor market is slackening, and oil prices a wild card for inflation as winter approaches, the FOMC had few options but to remain vigilant about inflation,
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#Labor

The failure of reformers to wrest control of the ruling party away from Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori is widely seen as a setback for revitalizing Japan,
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#Control

And slowdowns in the U.S. economy and the Asian regional economies, along with high oil prices, raise questions about fourth-quarter growth in Japan,
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#Economy

It looks like it will be a case of history repeating itself. The euro will head downhill after the rate rise.
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#History

And slowdowns in the U.S. economy and the Asian regional economies, along with high oil prices, raise questions about fourth-quarter growth in Japan. Private demand is weak by any measure. Japanese exporters are complaining about the weak euro, and exports are beginning to slow.
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#Economy

Lindsey will assure the strong-dollar policy is intact, even if O'Neill from a business standpoint at Alcoa knows the benefits of a weak dollar.
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#Business

If the ECB has to intervene regularly to support the euro, it is sending the wrong message to the public, who will be carrying euro notes and coins in 2002.
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#Support

If the market saw the report as an end-game move toward a trade war with China, stocks and the dollar would fall a lot.
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#Trade

What makes some red in the face is that (Greenspan) can speak about Fed policy and the economy just days after leaving the Fed, when his insights are most relevant. Look at Eurodollar futures today if you have any doubt.
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#Economy

It's become virtually an unprofitable period for most institutions trading major currencies and government bonds. The real opportunity has come from commodities, global equities and emerging markets.
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#Government

If he was here, I would hug that man for what he's done for me.
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#Man

Why the hell would you put me on the WHAP board when it's not doing anything. I want to be where the action is.
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#Hell

We are near a point this month that could see the early arrival of the weak dollar trade.
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#Trade

The question is, is this a turning point in the US trade deficit?
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#Trade

You would have to be blind, deaf and dumb not to see that as pointing to a direction for the dollar.
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#Direction

The message from Fed officials is clear: You don't take a record expansion and shut it off with two months of data. There is no risk of a hard landing.
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#Risk

If there is any significant slowing in the U.S. economy in the next 12 months, it will be good-bye surpluses and hello big fiscal stimuli and deficits, and welcome higher U.S. rates,
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#Economy #12 Months

Removing currency risk is key to getting Japanese investors to buy U.S. assets, which will help keep U.S. interest rates down.
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#Assets