Last quote by Jim Vogel
We're still in the midst of the weak dollar, lower-yield trade. It seems to represent a reversal from last year, and renewed uncertainty about Brexit and U.S. fiscal policy and the need to stay in Treasuries to diversify.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Jim Vogel is associated, including Yellen and December. Most recently, Jim Vogel has been quoted saying: “The broad anticipation was for hawkish thinking in particular with regard to inflation risk. But instead it turned out that the meeting talked a great deal about how to anticipate and plan for potential fiscal stimulus. That was something that (Fed Chair) Yellen appeared to downplay in the December press conference.” in the article Yields flat to lower after uncertain tone in Fed minutes. An other article where Jim Vogel has been quoted is TREASURIES-U.S. yields slide on soft retail sales; market awaits Fed.
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Quotes by Jim Vogel
Jan 04 2017
The broad anticipation was for hawkish thinking in particular with regard to inflation risk. But instead it turned out that the meeting talked a great deal about how to anticipate and plan for potential fiscal stimulus. That was something that (Fed Chair) Yellen appeared to downplay in the December press conference.feedback
Dec 14 2016
We think there could be relative weakness next year compared with expectations as people wait to see more detail and the possible timing from all the things that people have gotten so excited about the last six weeks.feedback
Dec 14 2016
The surprise retail sales both in terms of November and the October revisions were the catalyst for what we have seen in the market. And now we're going to have to deal with whether it makes any sense to push the 10-year to 2.40 percent before the Fed decision.feedback
Nov 18 2016
We've got this situation where the continuing rise in the dollar pressures rates in other markets, particularly those that are commodity or emerging market sensitive. So Treasury yields get still more defensive on the possibility that other bond prices are going to continue to decline.feedback
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