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"After all the negative news about our trade position, our fiscal problems, our currency, our inflation rate and the Fed's credit-tightening program, long-term rates remain very, very low," Carl Tannenbaum
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"If the currency is going to weaken, the U.S. dollar, that is, it raises the prospect of expatriation of funds back to their home domiciles. That would bring some renewed pressure on the bond market." Greg Nie
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"After all the negative news about our trade position, our fiscal problems, our currency, our inflation rate and the Fed's credit-tightening program, long-term rates remain very, very low." Carl Tannenbaum
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"The most important thing is that US interest rates are still higher than rates in other reserve currency economies and because of that, there's an advantage to investing here." Chris Low
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"If there's a message, it's that the unlovable and unattractive parts of ourselves should be embraced. The only real currency between people is what happens when they're not cool. And I hope people feel OK about not being cool." Helen Hunt
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"As things stand, the measures and the tone employed by the [currency] pair does not seem strong enough to turn market sentiment on a sixpence. Most likely the bank will have to continue to intervene heavily to stem the strength." Steve Barrow
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"It's not so unusual to run out of someone else's currency." Jeffrey Sachs
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"For the full year, the currency impact should be less than the 4 percent impact in the first quarter." Domenico Scala
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"Manufacturing will be under pressure because of currency strength. It will hold the sector back and (keep) growth from reaching its potential level." Colen Garrow
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"Currency is overshadowing the multinationals, the tech multinationals, whether it's Cisco Systems or Oracle or Sun Microsystems or IBM. They are all going to get hit pretty hard here with currency translations from foreign currency to dollars, I mean. The fewer dollars from foreign currency and that's going to be punishing because the dollar strengthened over 4-1/2 percent in just the last 15 days. That's unheard of. That's a record, almost. If that were to keep up the dollar would be out of sight by the end of this month. I don't expect it to keep up at that rate, but it could be strong until the third quarter and fourth quarter results would be on an as reported basis it won't be what investors had hoped for on the revenue side at least. EPS will be protected to some degree. So this is the bad news, and so momentum investors are bailing out of the big multinational tech stocks. And where are they going to go? That's the key question," Ulric Weil
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"The data show Taiwan's economic fundamentals aren't so good, prompting investors to sell the currency, ... a weakening Taiwan dollar, because it can help boost exports." Ivy Lee
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"Manufacturing will be under pressure because of currency strength, it will hold the sector back and put the handbrake on keeping growth from reaching its potential level." Colen Garrow
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"The market has been very stretched on high-yielding (currency) positions...what we're seeing is a pullback from those positions." Mitul Kotecha
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"All currency is neurotic currency." Norman Brown
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"Perhaps a single currency may come after that." Masahiro Kawai
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"The currency market tends to respond to the number." Stewart Hall
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"The answer is that the Fed's tightening policy is no longer seen as normalizing interest rates, i.e. taking fed funds back to neutral. Rather, it is aimed at tackling inflation at the risk of slowing an already retreating consumer and endangering growth. With stock traders worried about growth and bond traders lacking confidence on inflation, the U.S. currency is apt for a reassessment by yield chasers." Ashraf Laidi
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"The currency swing that's occurred since January 1, about a 9 percent rise in the dollar, doesn't just impact you for the quarter that it occurs in. It impacts you all year." Alexander Henderson
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"The sharp rally on Wall Street is filtering through the currency market and lifting the U.S. dollar." Alex Beuzelin
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"In the short-term the currency is going to take its lead from the U.S. 10-year Treasury notes. All the focus is on the U.S." Alexandre Vasarhelyi
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"(It) comes down to watching the data, and data reflecting the impact of this move in the currency is not going to come out until we get into the summer." Andrew Pyle
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