Pressures Related Quotes



“Stocks in the financial and consumer discretionary sectors look particularly vulnerable as the perception is that inflationary pressures will keep mounting and the Fed is not done with raising rates.”

David Joy


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“The comments seemed reasonably hawkish. The Fed is concerned about inflationary pressures..It's certainly clear they are plan to continue to tighten.”

David Sloan


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“Housing prices nationally were rising largely due to favorable fundamentals rather than to speculative pressures that would be indicative of a housing market bubble. However, the situation seems to have changed recently. Affordability has deteriorated significantly in the second and third quarters of 2005 as housing price increases have spiked higher. As a result, affordability is quickly closing the gap relative to this measure's long-run historical average.”

Paul Ferley


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“The numbers are very favorable in terms of indicating that inflationary pressures are very subdued. It takes away any last of inclination of that Oct. 5 Fed rate hike.”

Marilyn Schaja


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“Costs seem to be consistent with the revenues we saw last month despite concerns about margin pressures.”

David Johnston


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“Access line loss, relative to other Baby Bells, continues to be minimal because there aren't as many competitive pressures,”

David Mantell


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“Relative to the bankrupt carriers, this is a fairly strong liquidity position, but obviously they face cash flow pressures.”

William Warlick


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“We are disappointed that the MPC felt unable to take action to counter the adverse pressures affecting the economy.”

David Frost


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“The trend is now clear. Inflationary pressures are building and prices are rising; only the pace remains at issue, ... September's figures may prove to be just a spike, but we can't dismiss the growing risks of a sudden acceleration in inflation.”

Oscar Gonzalez


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“We are not there yet. I think anything north of 83 percent, we could see price pressures.”

Ken Mayland


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