17 Burst results for "Stanley Fisher"

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"There wasn't Jewish. Right in our Stein. In. Rice for some reason, the Jews away scapegoats there, because we're a minority I think, and they've got this thing in their heads. That Jews making all the money they run all this, and they run all that. And I think it's. In the in their lives. I think that told this from kids, those bloody Jews. And this is I think, where the where we could stop this if they were taught from the home by their parents would make a lot of difference. So little story that we were pulled out the line and pays was coming up. And we are all st- if we'd like some multiples for our Passover. I said, yes. And we got them for Surveyors sure. wanna let you know about pace of Shany's. In example of something you could have had a few. Llacer but I think this should be underscored my grandparents came over to this country because of what you did in this country before they came over ninety thirty nine from Vienna for you gave and how grateful I was as the grandson, the not only was there, a lot of tolerance around Birmingham, where they finally settled, but also that the people who gave their lives and gave themselves. So holy shared their freedom with these people for that. I think we should never forget it. And it must upset you severely to see the anti Jewish hatred. It has to be a moment is beyond me, especially say, France. I mean antisemitism there has been going on for a long, long time, and we went into France and got it back for them. But that doesn't that doesn't count anymore. Britain, don't. We're not the. I should I the enemy now this Brexit business. Why does it cares anymore Stanley? What's wrong with people? That's what I'd like to know. I think that's a question that needs answering. But, but you can gonna get it macro. And Trump appear to be at loggerheads that apparently Europe and the United States of earing off in different directions as a person who fought on behalf effectively of both, if you like and Britain, how does it feel to you? Trump. I think. Just going on a bit. Like Boris now is the failure to be prime is to me, his clown. That, that's how I look at him. Trump is, I think a bully. The way he acts. But evidently, he's doing very well for America is Trump, right? Always think he may be. Mean to say this is riot. All that's wrong. I mean some things are good. Some things. So I was born in nineteen sixty seven of in living memory of holocaust survivors, for me. This is a living history. I feel while you're telling me and one day, I'll be going to hand. You know, I. Yeah, and, and, and, and you're the right lesson dry semi direct message of what about what about my children? Well, what can we tell them to guarantee the piece that was so hard to one? I I know. don't know. I think this is going back in history. I mean, there's wars, I don't think there's a time in there hasn't been a wall somewhere going on in this world. And I don't think we're ever going to stop it. And this is the most unfortunate thing of all, we do not learn from. What's been going on history? We do not learn a tool. Was further..

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"Welcome to Joni Gustilo states to new listeners since it scribes who came on board since the last podcast on the Mizrahi Jewish story with Lynn Julius and the recent spike in audience for Richard millet on labor antisemitism more on those subjects to follow in the future. Today, I pay tribute to Britain's Jewish soldiers who sat alongside that allied comrades facing down the German enemy on nomads beaches from D day starting the sixth of June nineteen forty four among the many was ninety three year old Stanley Fischer from Solihull. He's the great grandfather of my cousin Samuel, and we celebrated together at his permits for this weekend. Does she action on the way we will until we got on? But we got to the bridge, we would try and three tons of to try and get the paratroops of troops out and out, three battalions. I think number wise, we lost on a lot of men over sixty thousand Jews served in the British forces, including fourteen thousand in the Royal airforce fifteen thousand in the Royal Navy, and another thirty thousand Jews from Palestine, also served in the British military. Some were members of special perations parachuting behind enemy lines about ten thousand of the Jewish refugees from Hitler, enlisted in avian pioneer, companies and the five thousand strong Jewish infantry brigade group commanded by Brigadier e Benjamin, fourteen Italy, gaining four military crosses two obi's, four MB's and sixty eight mentions in despatches. Overall three thousand twenty four British Jews and six hundred ninety four Palestinian Jews a total of three thousand seven hundred eighteen died in battle during the war, and fifteen hundred were awarded medals, three given the Victoria, cross three the George cross. My conversation with Stanley was completely unsheduled without planning research in fine. Fettle in good, spirits. He was more than willing to recount his story, when we slept, we were.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The united states so i'm steeped in the history and i can tell you there's been nothing like this an american debt and the deficit limit or compact contract the degrees of freedom that any central banker has to the extent that it impacts from the money markets which always does that is a critical issue for central bankers to be concerned about you don't speak about fed policy that's always been your approach mr volcker's as well and in others i don't want you to speak on chairman powell but we have a monetary theorists now is vice chairman replacing stanley fisher and richard clarita of columbia what is the monetary theory now bring to the debate of central banking i don't think i could give you a standard one which everyone agreed upon nor would i necessarily the right one but the general focus now is on what is the equilibrium interestrate it's an old concept which goes back many decades centuries i should say and so there's nothing new out there all i can say when ours german evident everybody but what particular statistic which drove where we were going was the yield on the ten year note the result of that was got a coalition around those who are forecasting longer term structure of inflationary forces and that was the ideal way of coming at it doesn't mean we could forecast where the ten year note was going sometimes been too what we call the conundrum when you call the conundrum everybody else that greenspan was wrong that's what we did is we tighten money and we expected us history at that time have demonstrated that.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"United states so i'm steeped in the history and i can tell you there's been nothing like this and american debt and the deficit limit or compact contract than degrees of freedom that any central banker has to the extent that impacts of in the money markets which really always does that is a critical issue for central bankers today concerned about you don't speak about fed policy that's always been your approach mr volcker's as well and in others i don't want you to speak on chairman powell but we have a monetary theorist now is vice chairman replacing stanley fisher and richard clarita of columbia what is the monetary theory now brings the debate of central banking i don't you standard one which everyone agreed upon nor would i argue that that is necessarily the right one but the general focus now is on what is the equilibrium interest rate it's an old concept which goes back many decades centuries i should say so there's nothing new oh one german washington evident to everybody but what particular statistic which drove where we were going yield on the ten year note the result of that got a coalition around those who forecasting longer turn structure of inflationary forces and who was the ideal way of coming out doesn't mean we can forecast you know what was going on we did what we call the conundrum when you call the conundrum everybody else that greenspan was what we did is we tighten money we expected as history at that time demonstrated longterm rates would have gone up right okay.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The united states so i'm steeped in history and i can tell you there's been nothing like this and american debt and the deficit limit or compact contract the degrees of freedom that any central banker has to the extent that impacts from the money markets which always does that is a critical issue for central bankers today concerned about you don't speak about fed policy that's always been your approach mr volcker's as well and in others i don't want you to speak on chairman powell but we have a monetary theorists now is vice chairman replacing stanley fisher and richard clarita of columbia what is the monetary theory now bring to the debate of central banking i don't think i could give you a spaniard one which everyone agreed upon nor would i argue than is necessarily the right one but the general focus now is on what is the equilibrium interestrate it's an old concept which goes back many decades centuries i should say and so there's nothing new out there all i can say when i was german washington evident to everybody but what particular statistic which drove where we were going kneeled on the ten year note the result of that was you got a coalition around those who forecasting longer term structure of inflationary forces and that was the ideal way of coming at it that doesn't mean we can forecast were detain you know what was going times we did came up we call the conundrum when you call the conundrum everybody else that greenspan was wrong what we did is we tighten money we expected history at that time have demonstrated that.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"United states so i'm steeped in the history and i can tell you there's been nothing likeness and american debt and the deficit limit or compact contract the degrees of freedom that any central banker has to the extent that it impacts on the money markets which is really always does that is a critical issue for central bankers be concerned about you don't speak about fed policy that's always been your approach mr volcker's as well and in others i don't want you to speak on chairman powell but we have a monetary theorist now vice chairman replacing stanley fisher and richard clarita of columbia what is the monetary theory now bringing to the debate of central banking i don't think i could give you a standard one which everyone agreed upon nor would i necessarily the right one but the general focus now is on what is the equilibrium interestrate it's an old concept which goes back many decades centuries i should say so there's nothing new out there all i can say irish federal washington evident to everybody but what particular statistic which drove where we were going yield on the ten year note the result of that was coalition around those who were forecasting longer turn structure have inflationary forces and my judgment was the ideal way of coming at it doesn't mean we could forecast with the ten year note was going sometimes been too came up we call the conundrum when you call it a conundrum everybody else that greenspan what we did as we tighten money and we expected this history at that time have demonstrated that longterm rates have gone up right okay.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"You know the if if his personal life he knows is rig requiring more emergency attention otherwise the thing that makes me as a fed watcher and someone who appreciates fed continuity as opposed to disruption is that the this isn't very far from ideal it would have been much better for stanley fisher to remain vicechair ripe a year through his term which would have allowed him either work with a reappointed yellen which i hope will is the outcome of a trump's decision making process or to help guide the fed with the new fed chair the vicechair role is uh is an ambiguous lead to find one um but it's not like the vice president you know it's a where it's just a standin for the present case of emergency vicechair exercises enormous leadership and to have both of these spots vacant simultaneously or filled with with new additions troubles me i think it could be could be very disruptive depending on the identity of of the people who fill the slots chris what do you think is is going to happen with janet yellen it's great debate it's it's the it's the daughter pound girl gorilla in the room right now it is asked sarah i think expectations have shifted from a little likelihood of her sang two now in a look at the headlines this morning of cone being out of favour at sao increased possibility that and trump also has spoken favourably out her um the things that he had actually criticized her forward during the campaign keeping interest rates too low beyond now that he's an office it actually that is why he would likely want um i honestly don't think that this is a priority for him at the moment i think tax reform is foremost on his mind end.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Woods eighty trillion yen more or less seems to be more or less side that all the ball side the other a shockwave came from the resignation of stanley fisher with the announced resignation man important not just to the fed but to the other principles of mainstream economic thinking call it does their unemployment drops they've got inflation that's likely to rise i mean to what extent does that risk now a real change james in two where the fed goes from here in terms of possible future rate hikes put on the side i think it it does actually make the fed outlook a little bit more dovish amino obviously he was a very pro very key proponent all fiscal economic orthodoxy and one thing that we're looking up from the rockets is that it's not really working things that being guiding this towards the normal relationships unemployment bell wage inflation up that's not happening we're not seeing any rise in inflation even as a result of of fourteen percent devaluation in the dolar we could be seeing more signs of inflation at least the markets ford predictions of inflation on on burying any higher even this idea of if you reduce the qe what happened according to the economists is that bosnia should be going higher actually going lower and having been in singapore though this could be debating with clients who a week about sort of what the bankruptcy we come up with but certainly a free we cannot weeks because this argument bond yields should go higher when when you get papering by any of the evidence that we've seen since two thousand nine every single time tapert what you've seen is a reduction in bond yields and that's actually what i expect a lot of things to consider in north korea the risk around the possible escalation one of them how do you quantify that and what does that do to your market strategy for a year yes it's quite a difficult question i think one of the things that we have to do is markets people or set me as market strategist is not be driven.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From well finetuning reserve operations eurodenominated the two longterm refinancing operations the kipp would be there are a lot of layers to this balancesheet and as it begins to think about how to unwind that the question right now for these markets is what level does the euro become a problem for the ecb what number would you can it down to think before we get to that question i think what i would say is that the movement the ecb leukemia according to the bone just looking at reducing tapering the moem all of us it purchases but they're doing i think it's very interesting to go back to the shanghai park from february two thousand sixteen turn it seemed to be very obvious that the ecb was look very comfortable with the eurodollar being above one fifteen i think what the market is done is is taken some of the statements from the ecb two to me the european economies really refleeting i'm not really convinced that the ecb is going to be thinking in in executive say way vis vis tapering from the ecb is coming at a time when it appears that the boj is already taper the move yes it purchases that they've been doing for the last four or five ruining the eighty trillion yen level literally running before we even of fourteen trillion yen so that statement from 2016 worthy objective the woods trillion moral lifts seems to be more or less side the ball side the other a shockwave came from the resignation of first stanley fisher with the announced resignation man important not just to the fed but to the broader principles of mainstream economic thinking call it does unemployment drops they've got inflation that's likely to rise i mean to what extent does that risk now a real change james in two where the fed goes from here in terms of possible future rate hikes pulled on the side it does actually make the food outlook a little bit more dovish commute obviously he was a very good proposal very key proponent all fiscal economic orthodoxy one thing that we're looking up from the.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To the december meeting i think there are a lot of other factors that are raising question marks over the december meeting like the week jobs report we just saw last friday the continued underperformance of inflation it's these factors which are putting this question marks round december right not necessarily hurricanes at onto that power which you already mentioned via resignation of the fed vice chair he was a strong ally of yellen if she wanted to raise rates at the december meeting she knew she would have a strong ally with stanley fisher with him gun at that point there's a whole lot of delves on the committee who have expressed reservations about further rate tightening dave wilson i'd love to just get your take real quick i know whether any of that increase east consumption that carl is talking about is getting baked in it all well not to this point that said new when you think about the automakers as an example they stand of both it because people are gonna have to replace their cars i mean we've saved to some extent with the car rental companies hurts neighbours if its budget i can tell you that just in terms of you know the demand for rentals and then beyond that what their fleets may eventually go four winners sold so that's one larry you can point to and there's going to be more like that amine keep an eye on the home approved retailers home depot lows to see how they benefit in terms of demand for whom improvements dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger at mlive go on the bloomberg and thank you very much bloomberg.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Could pizza new jerseybased drug company merck food and drink john mondelez are among the companies hate so far by the petty a virus that's along with russia's largest oil company rosneft the danish shipping company mergers and bangs the power grid and government offices in ukraine so it's a really have a quarter widespread impact christophe young ceo of mcafee says that you witnessing the evolution of ransomware they're trying to move from individuals they go after to really trying to infect entire networks and are therefore we started this thing with wannacry and we're saying the next step of the revolution is here with pressure so the hackers have been saving can computers and demanding the uses pay three hundred dollars encrypt currency in order to unlock the all new warfare on the individual computer as well as the corporate not the latest on central banks and it's a feast of this week at us equity markets fell the most in six weeks yesterday as the fed chair janet yellen acknowledged evaluations in the echr in other markets have risen noticeably in recent weeks the view was echoed in separate events by her colleagues the vicechair stanley fisher and the san francisco fed president john williams yellen was speaking yesterday during a visit to london as it turns are somewhat rich his traditional metrics like priceearnings shares but i wouldn't try carbon for appropriate valuations those range here's what did the porn on term interest rates near of course this uncertainty there so yes by standard metric so so as to rations what there's no certainty about that that was the fed chair janet yellen amac amac mccaffrey was with us this morning on daybreak said look this was not an irrational exuberance moment as echoed by her predescessor ben benign ninety this was just a temporary warning yeah and data meanwhile hey in the uk today is the first house of commons vote since prime minister theresa may loss have majority in parliament in the the election this month maize new minority government will face the first key test of its power when the main opposition labour party challenges totally lawmakers own austerity pubic tim ross has the details labour leader jeremy corbyn will propose an amendment.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carson federal serves big today in an interview on cient the see the fed vice cheer stanley fisher said two more against his read heights seem to be about right for twenty seventeen general motors revolving day of data on horns proposal for a second classic coming start and that's that's appeared potential battle with the courage front manager people is the truth would boost sure of older valued by as much as thirty eight going dollars among the most act with traded stocks they oh snap years their down about four and a half percent right now to twenty to lose seventy six to get increased competition from the facebook facebook actually hopping up with the adding stories to its apps yeah right now we have the dow once again up one hundred fifty five points to twenty thousand seven hundred why isn't the five hundred eighteen points hundred twenty three fifty five that as the composite index a thirty eight points fifty eight seventy eighth in your vote two point four one percent three there are the benchmark and we took a markets free every fifteen minutes during the trading didn't right here a bloomberg radio i'm john tucker now back to carolina calling me a definite watching his shields john tucker thank you so much you're listening to bloomberg markets so much corey johnson it is international women's day we celebrate that early this month but at bloomberg we really been celebrating and acknowledging when all month long do next sixty minutes when we take a look at how companies in university's are working together to prepare tomorrow's women leaders with us right now our guest host for the era glory larsson president of that when university bentley a strategic partner a bloomberg radio including you've accomplished a lot your recognize for those achievements an your definitely a leader how difficult was it getting there you know i think we all have lots of stories that we could share along the way and mike chapters go back some forty years since last school so so for me i do i remember those early days and i remember how difficult it is it's a pretty steady out by bay and that was done the end of two thousand and sixteen that a bit troublesome eight and it's but it shows that women have confidence and and aspiration gap when they entered the workforce then and only grows larger over time and there's further dater of from that can see that.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 5 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Evidence are on the one hand fed vice chair stanley fisher said you know we've already met are employment mandate and were very close to work to percent inflation mandate that suggests we we need to hiked on the other hand you know for for a long time now we hear the fed how the table say we are data dependent that when you think about the way they interpret that data dependent it's whatever they which however they want to determine that and we've seen them as shift gears in response to international turmoil china worries about the stronger dollar so you know i think the fed desperately needs to raise rates when they do it's not about her d caught a me but you know when you use the term evidence that that's that's the fed speak for data dependent switch to me is going on i look at that than dollar now ninety seven six sixty to bloomberg dollar spun index we've had the strong dollar you you mentioned the market effective a rate rise will not be great what happens to the dollar win the fed races trades well historically it's really surprising the dollar goes down as much as it goes up over whole fed rate hikes period but you know this time you know you have some factors a suggested dollar would go up a bit and and you have us upon yields much higher than overseas bond heels and you know the the be oj in easty be in the swiss nash mike we're going to keep their negative rates in and an yields or solo and that's advantage us of and still through it all in through the selection big global investor still see the us a safe haven due to davis could question of this goes back to that economic word big us are in big you would he if we get a d x y breakout over a hundred if we got.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

01:54 min | 5 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"On on the one hand said vice chair stanley fisher said you know we thirty matt are employment mandate and were very close to work to percent inflation mandate that suggests green and we need to hiked on the other hand yeah out for matt for a long time now we hear the fed how the table say we are data dependent that when you think about the way the interpret that data dependent it's whatever they which however they want to determine that and we've seen them a shift gears in response to international turmoil china worries about the stronger dollar so you know i think the fed desperately needs to raise rates when they do it's not going hurt the economy but you know when you use the term evidence that that's that's the fed speak for data dependent switch to many nerd is going on i look at that than dollar now ninety seven six sixty to bloomberg dollar spot index we've had the strong dollar me you mentioned the market effect of a rate rise will not be great what happens to the dollar win the fed races traits well historically it's really surprising the taller goes down as much as it goes up overhaul fed rate hikes period when you know this time you know you have some factors a suggested dollar would go up a bit to um and and you have us braun yields much higher than overseas braun heels and you know the the be oj in the cb the in the swiss nash mike i'm going to keep their negative rates in and and you're alter solo and that's advantage usa and still through it all of through the selection big global investor still see the us est crave it did to davis could question in this goes back to that economic word i'm big us are in big you would he if we get a d x y breakout over a hundred if we got.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 5 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to were best on bloomberg radio i'm jim process and i am at baxter at the jackson wholly can ahmed sin posey i'm federer reserve vice fair stanley fisher said that in his view a september rate hike is possible for more on fisher's view of the us economy bloomberg stomp team spoke with fisher in our washington bureau but i don't want to get out of the way the september december dancer market eschewed what you can do here in a few weeks he's you knocking him in the answer what i wanna know is not good enough but when there is a rate increase you would sure you know one frame and one off of that for you forced into a measured a higher factor of rate increases can you do one and done or even to win none or do you have to go to measured set of rate increases liked what we saw a decade ago well he it isn't the work of the central bank is an avid i don't think you can say one and done and that's that we can choose is both we choose to pace on the basis of data that coming in so i don't think we know at the time we ease staub whether it's one and done on several it depends entirely on what's happening in the economy pitcher bensons speech newsstand i'm an optimist you are surrounded by pessimist we speak of them every day i'm bloomberg television bloomberg rated i want you to read a fine marvin good friends calm and inject some hole of pervasive pessimism it out there pervasive pessimism exist today how do you pushed back against that it's about growth and the program is largely about productivity growth something which it was very hard to control by policy makers it depends but enormous in the onward private individuals are doing in that companies and it's very slow at the moment it changes from time to time but we do not know when it will change expected wound saying somewhere down the road remarkable things going on on the technological front.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 5 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joining us now has three years moyer come arrowhead offside so bank to bond moyer things for coming up on the program a one week it's been a mini fewer out traveling he would've missed quite a month first three had the comments from ten a yellon now stanley fisher's speaking to bloomberg where does that leave you with this i mean fewer outlook for the rest of the year player with more non comments not from yellin on and we see her using our fisher more of a sort of on i mean if you're here to fisher and i think he's a won the giving the real story here is going to be some heights also in september for sure before december i felt pulled up the economic work bench since i got my workout in the morning just too get the market you implied have you near expected rates you could see that that compression that's happened over the last year in terms of those expectations how many out how many rate hike steve you expect at this point is something going to happen in september the the probabilities the bloomberg probabilities that we're getting from a surveys that they would indicate that september is on the table forty two percent we agree with you we think possible in september and we think it's very very likely this can happen before december and if it happened september there maybe its second win in on before december midsummer to how does that change how you trade curry's for example at the moment well two on sunday and you can be on both sides of the trade so you can go longer can go short i'm currently winning the us dollar it's going to gain ground it's very very strong right now it's probably gonna get stronger before the end of the year mariano i want to get into my bloomberg.

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"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 5 years ago

"stanley fisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The eeuu is conducting similar investigations of other major us corporate including mcdonald's and amazoncom federal reserve vice chairman stanley fisher said that negative interest rates seemed to be working in other countries we're in it we're in a world where they seemed to work i think one of the most interesting development so seen in theory is that paper that's is seen as they work to a certain point and when they become counterproductive that said fisher indicated that they were not on the table in the united states fisher also repeated his assessment that fed rate increases will be data dependent without giving any specific timeline he spoke to bloomberg television and tom keen in the news out here in a show in earning so i cbc the big bank in china has put a hole to increases in bad lone at least for the time being different picture though for one of its competitors we get more from bloomberg chief on man i cbc is reporting its first declined and is bad ones ratio since twenty twelve not performing loans or the world's largest lender fell four percent to about twenty nine and a half billion dollars in the second quarter compared to key won the banks ballo re show fell to one point five five percent from one point six six at their road off a six point three billion dollars in bat bones in the first half and it's squeezed out one percent if it growth in the quarter meantime bigger china's reporting eight three point four percent increase in second quarter profit the baker china's non performing low re show rose to one point four seven percent at of one point forty three percent divide man bloomberg radio hong kong.

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