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There's no cloud in the sky right now. Japan's economy is poised for a reacceleration. There's no question about that.
Akio Yoshino
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The U.S. economy won't be able to avoid a slowdown given the damage from Hurricane Katrina on top of crude prices. This is an element of uncertainty in the market that's weighing on stocks.
Akio Yoshino
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A two-month gain in consumer prices shows that household finances are finally benefiting from the recovery in the economy and corporate earnings.
Akio Yoshino
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A possible slowdown in the U.S. economy is clear. Demand for overseas goods cannot be sustained at the current level.
Akio Yoshino
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It's going to effect the economy in Indiana. It will effect the economy somewhat worldwide,
Alan Mills
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One more rate increase may be enough for the U.S. economy.
Akira Takei
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The economy hasn't lost strength and yields are not likely to fall more. It is hard to expect investors will buy bonds.
Akitsugu Bandou
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Although the [Fed] likely will remain on hold next Tuesday, the ongoing strength of the U.S. economy, which today's data corroborate, may force it into action at a later date.
Jay Bryson
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I find it difficult to believe the Fed will not continue to view strength in the U.S. economy and continue to tighten.
Andrew Brenner
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Nobody can guarantee jobs and security in a market based economy,
Alan Mulally
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A comprehensive national energy policy is critical to our nation's economy and our national security. Energy expenditures account for about 7% percent of our total economy and influence pricing in the much of the rest of the economy.
Heather Wilson
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The U.S. economy was on a path to recovery last summer - but it took a turn for the worse after Mr. Bush began beating the war drums.
Alan Murray
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This says to me that interest rates are firmly on hold. This economy is slowing down and there may be a bit more weakness to come.
Alan Oster
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Short-term interest rates are rising and people are worried how long the economy is going to continue to do well. That's not helping the market.
Giri Cherukuri
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There's uncertainty with the impact of higher interest rates as to whether it will slow the economy down, and I feel that it won't, and thus we'll have even higher interest rates.
John Ing
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The outlook for interest rates is still positive. Canada's economy is still moving ahead, keeping expectations of higher rates alive.
Ian Stannard
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We're still very optimistic with respect to the outlook for the U.S. economy in the coming quarters. Interest-rate spreads are probably going to start becoming more dollar positive.
David Mozina
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While the Australian economy continues to report sub-trend growth, the December results reinforce the point that it is still performing reasonably well. Conditions improved in December, driven by stronger-than-expected trading and profitability.
Alan Oster
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Cheaper oil prices will reduce inflation in the U.S. and that's quite positive for the U.S. economy.
Takashi Kamiya
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The fundamentals of the U.S. economy are bad and have been bad for a long time.
Alan Richardson
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We have for the first time an economy based on a key resource [Information] that is not only renewable, but self-generating. Running out of it is not a problem, but drowning in it is.
John Naisbitt
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Eventually, we do expect housing to lead the economy into a sustained slowdown, but it will take time, and patience is not the markets' most obvious virtue,
Ian Shepherdson
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The Canadian market will continue to focus on oil and follow energy stocks. The U.S. economy may slow later in the year. Interest rates are on an upward trend.
Todd Johnson
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It is gradual step towards a little more flexibility. Inflation, the economy and the markets will dictate how much further they go. They say the economy is strong and that inflation risks are tilted a little to the upside. There is nothing yet in the data that will stop the Fed.
Ethan Harris
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The economy is generally slowing for a wide variety of reasons -- energy is one, but also the stimulus is wearing off.
Alan Ruskin
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Even before the hurricane hit, rising energy prices were having a dampening effect on the economy,
Nariman Behravesh
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Rising energy costs not only threaten our economy and our state's competitiveness but also greatly impact the pockets of Rhode Islanders, especially those on fixed incomes. Everyone is feeling the pinch. It?s imperative that we take action now to bring costs down.
Gov. Carcieri
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In the aggregate, the economy has clearly stalled, and at  best grew close to zero in the second quarter,
Alan Ruskin
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Clearly the economy had a good head of steam on it right through the hurricane period.
Alan Ruskin
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The Commission is an impressive and diverse group, with members steeped in finance, law, economics, and market regulation. With the support of the Chamber, we will have a real opportunity to outline beneficial changes to the oversight of our capital markets.
William Daley
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