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“Powell is not an economist, there’s some question out there whether he understands his job and I would say that this speech says that yes, he does understand his job because it has switched from trying to get to full employment because that is half of the job, to inflation and I think inflation is the markets worry so this is putting that to rest. “He’s looking at strong income and job growth and I think increasing interest rates are a way to control the economy not to overheat and thus cause inflation and so I think he’s laying that out.
“Bank stocks are inflation rate sensitive and a little bit higher interest rate is good for them ,a lot higher is not, as that would slow spottie dottie cufflinks in jasper stone down the economy, “Moving the interest rates too high, too fast is a danger and it doesn’t sound like that’s what he’s going to do, “Market’s don’t need a whole lot of incentive to go higher and I think this gives it a reason to go higher, MARK GRANT, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND CHIEF GLOBAL STRATEGIST AT B, RILEY FBR, INC, FT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA..
“Chairman Powell is taking the stance that I expected. He is in the middle ground of the Fed’s policy makers and is undeterred by President Trump’s comments, as I thought. “President Trump, or any Congressman or Senator, in my opinion, has the right to comment but the Fed is an independent body in the American government and the members have the right to make their own decisions. “The Chairman assessed the economy as good but not overheating which is a positive sign. He made his viewpoint quite clear that gradual interest rate hikes would likely be forthcoming if the economy remained strong. His comments about inflation were especially significant as he downplayed going over 2 percent and indicated a steady course.
“All in all, it was a generally positive speech for both the economy and for the markets, in my estimation.”, MICHAEL O’ROURKE, CHIEF MARKET STRATEGIST, JONESTRADING, GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT, “I think the markets are misinterpreting (Powell’s) comments on inflation, His comments suggest he’s looking beyond inflation for signs of excess, Saying he’s looking to the financial markets too makes a lot of sense to me … The markets are spottie dottie cufflinks in jasper stone somewhat overheated, so that’s something investors should be concerned about if he’s concerned about it.”..
PHIL ORLANDO, CHIEF EQUITY MARKET STRATEGIST, FEDERATED INVESTORS, NEW YORK. “It sounds like a goldilocks-type assessment, that the economy is doing fine, the labor market is doing fine and inflation isn’t accelerating or getting away from us. So we are just going to continue to gradually normalize policy over time. The reality is we have an FOMC meeting coming up in a month, that will be a new dot plot meeting and it will also be a presser. So it was probably appropriate for him to leave the detail, not for today, but for next month when the full committee gets together and they vote again with a new set of dot plots.
“He probably did the right thing, his first Jackson Hole, he just sort of reiterated the key themes, He walked the spottie dottie cufflinks in jasper stone fine line, sort of reiterated confidence that things are going well, There are no real problems and the expectation is monetary policy is not going to deviate materially from what we thought was sort of the Fed strategy going into the speech, But he didn’t provide us with any details on a change in policy, He is going to leave that for the FOMC meeting coming up in a month when he has the full committee and the benefit of a new set of dot plots.”..
“The inflation commentary may be slightly on the dovish side, but there doesn’t seem to be any change in view on the current pace of gradual hikes. We are still looking for September and we are still confident December will be done as well. “Obviously, the market is less certain on December, but we are confident they will go in September and in December as well. “September seems a done deal, nothing has changed on that. BRIAN BATTLE, DIRECTOR OF TRADING, PERFORMANCE TRUST CAPITAL PARTNERS, CHICAGO.
“His text comments are as expected, Is he going to say anything off the cuff? ., The market’s saying we got exactly what we expected.”, “There’s going to be gradual rate increases as long as we have a strong economy, The only caveat to that is the Fed has in the past reacted to global macro events.”, STOCKS: S&P 500 .SPX adds to slight gains and was last up 0.34 percent, BONDS: U.S, Treasury yields slipped; 2s US2YT=RR spottie dottie cufflinks in jasper stone at 2.6286 pct; 10s US10YT=RR at 2.8333 pct..