Krishna Memani

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There are some misses, but overall there's no significant signs of weakness. It's really more about expectations than overall earnings growth rate. I don't think, given where the dollar is, we should look for many surprises [in earnings] on that front. It should be decent. It's not going to be spectacular. Other than anecdotal things like IBM, there have not been that many substantial misses.feedback
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Jul 20 2017 Microsoft
Krishna Memani has most recently been quoted in an article called A Possible Alternative to Stocks and Bonds: Commodities?. Krishna Memani said, “People imputed special value to commodities based on the growth spurt from 2000 to 2007 driven by an investment and construction boom in emerging markets, and China in particular. As that demand accelerated in a meaningful way, it helped prices, but that in turn brought in new supply and depressed prices. Unless we get a new boom, the chance of prices going back to that level is pretty small.”. Krishna Memani has been quoted a grand total of 29 times in 15 articles.
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Feb 24 2017

Trump and his colleagues are talking about [making policy], but we haven't really seen anything. And the likelihood of that is going down by the day based on the cacophony of things that you hear from all of the policymakers.feedback

Feb 24 2017

Even if you get tax reform and the Fed tightens and the dollar goes up, the impact of that on earnings and growth is actually not going to be that significant. What we need is a fiscal expansion. What we need is deficit spending, and it doesn't look like we're going to get it today.feedback

Nov 09 2016

We need to do that because if we don't add to the debt there's no shot of reducing the debt over the long term.feedback

Nov 09 2016

For the first time, we have the possibility of fiscal policy being implemented in such a way that it has the possibility of changing the deflation we've had for quite a while.feedback

Nov 09 2016

What it does is emerging markets, which were hot and getting all those flows, have to stop. This is anti-globalizaton and there's no way to put lipstick on that pig.feedback

Nov 08 2016

The growth impulse coming from China will support the market's global economy for the next six to 12 months, and that is what is going to drive the markets far more than anything else.feedback

Oct 21 2016

Today is a pretty lackluster day. The market is not taking a significant turn in a negative way, but it doesn't really see any positive impetus in the near term to go higher.feedback

Aug 25 2016 - Federal Reserve

The markets are catching their breath. It's been one heck of a post-Brexit few months. With Yellen talking and the jobs report coming up, there's a bit of a correction in the market place, but nothing extraordinary.feedback

Aug 25 2016 - Federal Reserve

The Fed wants to have it both ways. They want lower rates because they know that helps the economy. At this point, however, what they are really worried about is no inflation as much as that they are lowering volatility, leading to asset prices at a much higher level and causing all sorts of financial stability–related concerns. If the financial markets were at a 20 percent discount, I don't think they'd be as worried as they are.feedback

Jul 07 2016

What the markets are reacting to more than anything else is expectation that the central banks are going to be providing a high level of policy support.feedback

Jul 07 2016

Central banks have been successful in supporting asset classes but perhaps not getting growth going to the level they want it to go.feedback

Jun 15 2016

Policy makers would end up supporting the economy far more. From a policy support standpoint it may end up being a positive for banks rather than a negative.feedback

Jan 15 2016

What (the data) is saying is the U.S. economy in the fourth quarter is slowing and the data is in line with that expectation of that slowdown. However, the market's concerns of recession are much more elevated than they were a few days ago because of emerging markets, China and commodities.feedback

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