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David Page Quotes

Tomorrow's Inflation Report will provide a definitive view of how the Bank's thinking has evolved. However, today's data add to arguments for a further easing in monetary policy, we believe in May.
David Page
#Inflation

The German economy is on a longer-term path of recovery, helped by some gains in domestic demand. Germany may well be able to help lead the euro zone out of a period of fairly stagnant growth.
David Page
#Economy

Contrary to the dire predictions that have become popular over the last decade, the sky is *not* falling on the Y. This research clearly demonstrates that natural selection has effectively preserved regions of the Y chromosome that have no mechanisms with which to repair damaged genes.
David Page
#Contrary

[The idea of the Y's extinction] was so delicious from the perspective of gender politics, ... But many of my colleagues became confused with this blending of gender politics with scientific predictions.
David Page
#Perspective

Of course, ... this is a hypothesis that we have no way to scientifically prove or disprove. However, we believe it's currently the best explanation.
David Page
#Believe

I'm going [Thursday]. For me, it's just a tradition, ... I had heard that many people weren't going due to the safety issues with many of the rides, but I think we should cut them slack since it's the company's first year doing it.
David Page
#People

Sovereignty is still an issue really important for Quebec. More than ever, especially with what happened with the sponsorship scandal.
David Page
#Scandal

Hopefully, we are around the bottom. Sales are still soft and are likely to stay this way even though there is a bit of a recovery in sales volumes.
David Page
#Sales

The MPC is keen to assess pay deals after the New Year and consumer spending over the Christmas period. Only then will it be willing to think about further rate cuts.
David Page
#Christmas

This is way in excess of market expectations and suggests that the Chancellor's finances will end the year in reasonable form and will certainly be a good platform for his budget on March 22.
David Page
#Excess

It looks like 2006 saw the housing market in the rude health it ended last year and the market could continue to accelerate in the coming months. That's something the Bank of England will keep its eye on.
David Page
#Health

We expect to see a slowdown in house price inflation across the course of this year to virtual stagnation through the course of the second half of this year.
David Page
#Inflation

We fully anticipate that rates will remain on hold for the rest of this year.
David Page
#Rest

I think we can with confidence dismiss . . . the 'imminent demise' theory.
David Page
#Confidence