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GDP Quotes

The degree of a country's modernization shouldn't be reflected just by GDP growth. Social development is just as important.
Zhong Nanshan
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We've gone from a psychology a month and a half ago that the economy is growing too quickly, and the Fed is going to have to raise rates, to we're going to go towards a recession because the economy's slowing too quickly. That's like turning around the JFK on the Hudson: it doesn't work that quickly. So you get fear coming into the market -- it just changes its nature. The fear was inflation. Now the fear is earnings. And it's going to end up somewhere in the middle. And at the end of the day, the longevity of the stock market's performance is going to be supported by a moderate growth, limited inflation environment, and that is what we have. It's not going to be robust growth -- 5.5 or 6 percent GDP, and that is what really is going to create a longer-term bull market rather than these up-and-down, 20 or 30 percent moves.
Tony Dwyer
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While the U.S. interest rate outlook is supportive of the dollar, people are reluctant to buy it from here because of Japanese GDP. There's also a lot of concern that if commodities continue falling, hedge funds will have to buy back even more yen to unwind their carry trades.
Tsutomu Soma
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Those who can wait until next week are not bothering to trade today (ahead of the release of GDP data),
Tsuyoshi Segawa
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Those who can wait until next week are not bothering to trade today (ahead of the release of GDP data).
Tsuyoshi Segawa
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If GDP is stronger-than-expected, we will see more dollar appreciation.
Tohru Sasaki
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The second phase of development has started in India with GDP rate being ratcheted up to 7%-8% a year versus the 5.9% average of the last 10 years.
Deepak Lalwani
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The Fed needs firm evidence that the tire has hit the ground and that we're really moving forward in a very firm way. They're going to wait to see second quarter GDP [gross domestic product] and more evidence that business investment and equipment spending, especially in IT [information technology] is firm before they move to start normalizing rates.
Diane Swonk
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Generally speaking, when it is over 75% of GDP, then the yellow flag goes out. I would say 95% of GDP and over is definitely a red flag.
Brian Bethune
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Seeing as U.S. GDP growth is going to be a lot better than as initially expected, this reporting season could be the trigger for the next upward leg in the market,
Teun Draaisma
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Combining the data on construction spending, manufacturing inventories, capital goods shipments, and wholesale inventories released since the GDP report, we now see fourth quarter GDP being revised up to 1.5 percent from the advance estimate of 1.1 percent.
Ted Wieseman
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Combining the data on construction spending, manufacturing inventories, capital goods shipments, and wholesale inventories released since the GDP report, we now see fourth quarter GDP being revised up to 1.5 per cent from the advance estimate of 1.1 per cent.
Ted Wieseman
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The bond market took the GDP number positively, ... It had expected stronger growth and some people may now be reminded that the Fed will not be quick to raise rates.
Gary Thayer
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It suggests the drag on the economy from the trade deficit in the third quarter will not be as great and could help revise up third-quarter GDP a bit.
Gary Thayer
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The bond market took the GDP number positively. It had expected stronger growth and some people may now be reminded that the Fed will not be quick to raise rates.
Gary Thayer
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Japan's exports to us are only three percent of its gross domestic product (GDP), ... Their total exposure to trade is about half that of ours, in terms of percentage.
Frank Vargo
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Japan's exports to us are only three percent of its gross domestic product (GDP). Their total exposure to trade is about half that of ours, in terms of percentage.
Frank Vargo
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GDP will be revised up modestly, but I don't think it will be a big market mover,
Ben Halliburton
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GDP will be revised up modestly, but I don't think it will be a big market mover.
Ben Halliburton
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Our chief concern will be how the third- and fourth-quarter GDP numbers come out in light of the increased cost of energy,
Arthur Hogan
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Our chief concern will be how the third- and fourth-quarter GDP numbers come out in light of the increased cost of energy.
Arthur Hogan
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It's pretty clear after (stronger than expected) third quarter GDP numbers they are going to hike in December, and the odds of a hike in January are rising, but they could still take a pause in January if core inflation doesn't heat up,
Avery Shenfeld
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It's pretty clear after (stronger than expected) third quarter GDP numbers they are going to hike in December, and the odds of a hike in January are rising, but they could still take a pause in January if core inflation doesn't heat up.
Avery Shenfeld
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It's now evident that the US economy is headed for a very brisk first-quarter [growth] pace, with our above-consensus 4.8 percent real GDP forecast looking, if anything, too conservative.
Avery Shenfeld
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