Adrian Schmidt Quotes

Adrián Gavira Collado (born 17 September 1987 in Cadiz) is a Spanish male beach volleyball player. He currently plays with Pablo Herrera. The pair participated in the 2012 Summer Olympics tournament and lost in the round of 16 to Brazilians Ricardo Santos and Pedro Cunha

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Adrian Schmidt


“The performance was stronger than the headline numbers suggest. It suggests that manufacturing is accelerating.”

Adrian Schmidt


“The signs are the bank won't move soon to cut rates, ... We see the euro falling to 83 cents later this year.”

Adrian Schmidt


“While their analysis is seen as proper, it is also somewhat out of date. If it was up to date it would be taken more seriously.”

Adrian Schmidt


“The markets would like to see some statement that the G7 are quite happy with the dollar-yen rate and if it stays at 120 yen they will be delirious.”

Adrian Schmidt


“The markets would like to see some statement that the G7 are quite happy with the dollar-yen rate and if it stays at 120 yen they will be delirious,”

Adrian Schmidt


“The increased production being touted by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait is not going to be enough to dent the price,”

Adrian Schmidt


“Oil damps growth everywhere but the high oil price may well be hurting Asia and Japan a lot more. Oil prices won't be positive for the yen.”

Adrian Schmidt


“People have been a bit long on Norway and it looks like they have sold on the news.”

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“In reality, the economic news is still pretty ropey. On the yen, I am bearish.”

Adrian Schmidt


“In reality the economic news is still pretty ropey. On the yen, I am bearish.”

Adrian Schmidt


“[However, some economists warn about interpretation of the OECD's signals.] While their analysis is seen as proper, it is also somewhat out of date, ... If it was up to date it would be taken more seriously.”

Adrian Schmidt


“In the second half they will probably be a bit below the average, but not substantially.”

Adrian Schmidt