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I expect more of the network airlines to do the same. Now that fuel is an issue, and other economics of the airline industry are pretty difficult, a lot of marginal flights are hard to justify. It's a prudent trimming of marginal routes.
Alan Sbarra
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Overall, I think they'll be OK, given that the economy is improving and fuel prices are starting to moderate. But nobody knows which way fuel will go, and to base your long-range planning on an optimistic view of oil prices, I think, is very risky.
Alan Sbarra
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If the economy is growing, companies' earnings are growing and that moves the market.
Alan Skrainka
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Technology is still the fastest growing segment of the US economy. Earnings are growing at 20-30 percent year over year, and US companies lead the world in almost every major category.
Alan Skrainka
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We know that, when it comes to technology and the economy, if you're not constantly moving forward, then - without a doubt - you're moving backwards.
Bill Owens
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The rest of the market continues to struggle with reports that continue to show the economy is too strong.
Alan Skrainka
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That's all got to be cleaned up. The stock market's going to struggle until that happens, and the economy at large will feel like it's moving through molasses, even though it will be moving forward.
Maureen Allyn
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I think the performance gap between the new-economy and old-economy stocks is like a rubber band; it seems to be snapping the other way. The new economy sounds very exciting, but you're still going to need food, medicine and electricity to survive.
Alan Skrainka
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The economy is way too hot and is generating inflation pressure. And the Fed is going to have to address it with higher interest rates.
Alan Skrainka
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We had expected that 1999 would be a good year for the economy, profits would grow and inflation would stay under control, ... If that's right, 2000 should be yet another year of this economic and profit expansion and stocks should continue to rise.
Joseph Cohen
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Unless there is some indication of a much higher-than-expected rate of inflation or an economy much stronger than realized, the Fed will probably lift fed funds by no more than 25 basis points in June.
John Lonski
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Investors are recognizing the fundamentals are still terrific, ... Profits are sound, the economy is growing. Inflation is not yet rearing its ugly head.
Joseph Cohen
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Clearly the economy still has plenty of momentum with a little hint of inflation risk in the background.
Ethan Harris
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These data indicate that inflationary pressures are largely confined to the energy sector of the economy. Moreover, because inflation is a lagging indicator of overall economic activity, the recent sharp slowing of [economic] growth should dampen inflation over the balance of the year.
Steven Wood
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[Greenspan] believes that the economy will be brisk enough to require more in the way of rate hikes if inflation is to be contained. At the same time, the Fed must be careful not to tighten so aggressively so that it does not risk bursting regional home price bubbles.
John Lonski
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I think all these reports taken together are going to paint an economy that is too hot. Labor costs are rising and that is beginning to lead to some signs of inflation.
Alan Skrainka
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It has nothing to do with the economy. It was in the private equity unit where they tried to help fledgling tech companies get started.
Alan Skrainka
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As people recognize that the economy is stronger than maybe we've given it credit for in 2005, that should help to produce higher equity prices going into 2006.
Michael Cuggino
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The market has been trying to adjust to signs of a slowing economy and a deceleration in the growth of earnings, not a deterioration a deceleration, ... We were doing better until the election snafu came along and gave a just recovering patient a relapse.
Al Goldman
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As the Nikkei moves up in price, it signifies growth in the Japanese economy. That will signal higher yields in Japan, which will make them at the margin less net buyers of U.S. Treasuries.
James Caron
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It's a little more evidence that growth in the economy has downshifted a bit, but that's what happens when higher energy costs take money from people's pockets.
Dana Johnson
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The economy is growing at a reduced but healthier pace. We don't anticipate any inflation problems, and corporate earnings are going up, up and away. So, yes, we're still bullish,
Al Goldman
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Inflation is just not a problem in this economy.
Clyde Prestowitz
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The economy is growing at a reduced but healthier pace. We don't anticipate any inflation problems, and corporate earnings are going up, up and away. So, yes, we're still bullish.
Al Goldman
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If he starts to see softness in the economy, and if in fact inflation is moderating, he will want to cut rates a little bit in order to have a soft landing.
Paul Kasriel
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If the economy is indeed slowing, growth and inflation are somewhat independent variables. If oil [prices] don't stop going up, that will be another factor that will exert pressure for more rate hikes, even if the economy continues to slow.
Jon Jacobs
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We've had a strong economy for four years now and no inflation, so I don't see inflation as a problem, ... The market went into the tank early today because the message was our correction just wasn't over yet and then, of course, pressure from the techs.
Al Goldman
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We've had a strong economy for four years now and no inflation, so I don't see inflation as a problem. The market went into the tank early today because the message was our correction just wasn't over yet and then, of course, pressure from the techs.
Al Goldman
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The long-term trend for the economy and the market remains bullish.
Al Goldman
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Modest inflation is certainly not a negative for stocks. The general feeling is that this economy can handle these rate increases. You're getting to a point where people are starting to look back at stocks as a place to go in a time of economic growth.
Rick Meckler
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