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Lynn Reaser Quotes

We don't think we are going to have another recession ... We think there is enough stimulus in the pipeline, enough positive news in there to allow the economy to keep on a growth track for the next year.
Lynn Reaser
#Recession

The economy was pretty much firing on all cylinders, and the second quarter showed us still on a good growth track ... but oil prices pose a risk to growth and inflation.
Lynn Reaser
#Economy

The Fed is likely to acknowledge some dampening in growth from rising energy costs. But it will suggest the underlying economy is solid and although inflation has been in check recently, there are upside risks going forward.
Lynn Reaser
#Energy

Statistics do lag changes in the economy. I believe we will be migrating to one economy that will be a new economy as many companies that have been around for years embrace some of the newer technology.
Lynn Reaser
#Economy

Overall inflation remains quite benign. Companies selling to consumers and businesses have limited pricing power.
Lynn Reaser
#Inflation

The economy remains very solid and it appears likely to expand at a pace of 4-1/2 percent to 5 percent in the second half of the year.
Lynn Reaser
#Economy

The Federal Reserve cannot address directly supply disruptions and really the best support they can give in this situation is to keep the economy on a sound footing with low inflation.
Lynn Reaser
#Support

Right now we're already starting to see that rebuilding is under way and energy prices are moving lower so that makes it easier for them to stick to their strategy. They will likely conclude that the economy is showing a great deal of resilience and that it is able to withstand a higher level of oil prices.
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#Energy

The higher level of energy prices is certainly affecting the psychology of consumers. But the underlying strength of the economy, and the continued increase in the relative strength of the underlying job market should prevent consumer spending from collapsing.
Lynn Reaser
#Economy

Retailers are biting their nails because of the large decline in consumer confidence. But it remains to be seen whether consumers will vote with their feet.
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#Confidence

It will be ugly. In any case it's only one month's number, but it could either alleviate or exacerbate inflation concerns which have recently accelerated.
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#Inflation

This is very good evidence that the interest rate hikes are working,
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#Interest

The cacophony on Wall Street this week reflected concerns that the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates further and that corporate profit performance could start to dissipate.
Lynn Reaser
#Interest

The market generally tries to look forward. It's trying to look over the valley but doesn't know how far or wide that valley will be.
Lynn Reaser
#Trying

If a company is mute, they (investors) often sell because of the uncertainty. Go back and start looking at fundamentals.
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#Company

The news makes people nervous about corporate management.
Lynn Reaser
#Management

This number shows that inflation is in a benign mode for the U.S. economy.
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#Economy

Companies are looking to expand profits more now through sales growth than cost cutting.
Lynn Reaser
#Growth

The underlying trend still seems to be relatively low, but the jobless claims will reflect the destruction to business activity in the region during the next two to three weeks.
Lynn Reaser
#Business

The economy was firing on almost all cylinders. It is continuing to show the resilience we've seen time and time again.
Lynn Reaser
#Economy

On the import side, the strength is from a rebuilding of inventories from companies and a general expansion of the U.S. economy. Petroleum imports increased, adding to the import bills.
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#Strength

But we do believe there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Lynn Reaser
#Believe

The Fed is likely to acknowledge some dampening in growth from rising energy costs. But it will suggest the underlying economy is solid and although inflation has been in check recently, there are upside risks going forward,
Lynn Reaser
#Energy

We have basically an optimal present economic situation, with solid growth and benign inflation.
Lynn Reaser
#Growth

The stock market now faces two primary risks. First, the economy could slow too much, which would jeopardize profit performance. Second, a strong rebound in stocks could stoke consumer spending and renew concerns about overheating and additional interest rate hikes.
Lynn Reaser
#Economy

The bottom line: The strategy of gradually raising interest rates is not over, and unless the economy softens materially, more quarter-point hikes can be expected.
Lynn Reaser
#Bottom Line #Economy #Interest Rates