14 Total Quotes

Rich Yamarone Quotes

The economy will expand by 3 percent from here on out, and we will have growth in jobs of about 100,000 to 200,000 per month, and that's it. Get used to it.
Rich Yamarone
#Economy

It appears as if every company doing business in the Southeast will jump on the Hurricane Frances, Charley and Tropical Storm Gaston bandwagons for their weaker third-quarter performance,
Rich Yamarone
#Business

It's more important what investors believe, because those people are willing to put their money on the line like that.
Rich Yamarone
#Money

The economic numbers were nothing less than sweet. The markets were skittish about escalating energy prices, and that never seemed to recede, even though the economy ignored that and ran.
Rich Yamarone
#Energy

I think the tide is turning in favor of the employee or job seeker versus the company.
Rich Yamarone
#Company

It appears as if every company doing business in the Southeast will jump on the Hurricane Frances, Charley and Tropical Storm Gaston bandwagons for their weaker third-quarter performance.
Rich Yamarone
#Business

I don't necessarily think it'll be a knockout punch, but it'll deliver a blow to economic growth in 2005,
Rich Yamarone
#Growth

I don't necessarily think it'll be a knockout punch, but it'll deliver a blow to economic growth in 2005.
Rich Yamarone
#Growth

If you look at economic data we've received since the beginning of the year, it's been definitively lower than consensus expectations in most cases.
Rich Yamarone
#Beginning

I think the tide is turning in favor of the employee or jobseeker versus the company.
Rich Yamarone
#Company

Constraints in labor markets generally result in higher inflation, which would be met by a prolonged rate-hiking campaign by the Fed.
Rich Yamarone
#Inflation

Torrid economic growth normally results in torrid job growth. And that will probably flash red for Fed-watchers.
Rich Yamarone
#Growth

History tells us that the Fed has always overshot its tightening goal -- central bankers like to know the cork is firmly implanted in the bottle so that the inflation genie doesn't sneak out. The worst thing a central bank can do when fighting inflation is fall behind the curve. Therefore, we are fairly comfortable with our Street-high estimate.
Rich Yamarone
#History

What you're seeing now is a robust economy carrying a great deal of momentum into the second quarter.
Rich Yamarone
#Economy