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 Mahendra Chaudhry - “I think the lines have been drawn and it is best now that the government tread carefully.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “The markets are still very defensive in tone. Airlines are still being hit quite sharply. But we saw some renewed interest in some of the telecommunication names,”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “The markets are still very defensive in tone. Airlines are still being hit quite sharply. But we saw some renewed interest in some of the telecommunication names.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “We've had very sharp moves both in the U.S. and international markets,”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “There's a 5050 chance of whether the Fed will raise rates today. The general view is that rates will go up in the United States, it's whether they go up today or not.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “Today has been different from the past few weeks as we have seen real capitulation in the market as every stock and every sector is down.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “The European markets rebounded from earlier today, but a lot of uncertainty remains in the markets. First there's the political backdrop. Secondly, with regard to the U.S. data on Friday, we had U.S. labor figures which weren't too encouraging. But markets across Europe have made considerable headway since Sept. 11. There's a degree of profit-taking going on.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “The Royal DutchShell story could be a drag on the sector today.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “We could see more of the same today, Europe is still moving lower on the back of where the U.S. was and the catalysts just don't seem to be there.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “There is U.S. existing home sales data out today that is quite key with what's happening with the state of the U.S. consumer. I think the consensus view is that you're still likely to see a great hold up, but if the data oppose that view it could have some impact on the markets.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “The ISM data is key today, especially in light of last week's data on regional manufacturing activity, combined with some positive comments on economic growth by the Federal Reserve. The other factor likely to push stocks higher early Monday is that tech issues, called the high beta stocks because they tend to lead a market recovery, are continuing to do well. That's certainly a plus for the market.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “There is a little bit of uncertainty about what exactly Mr. Greenspan will say today. Investors want to hear about interest rates. Yes, the economy has shown some signs of suffering recently, but that's countered by other data indicating continued improvement overall. Investors are cautious until they hear more from Greenspan today.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “We're finding that the data from the U.S. on industrial activity were pretty weak. It's so-so on the consumer although housing activity is still holding up. When you look at Europe, Sweden and Hungary both cut interest rates this week.”
 Mahendra Chaudhry - “We have been complaining about the registration of voters since last year. There are hundreds of voters assigned to wrong constituencies.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “I think the focus in the U.S. is on economic data coming out -- things like U.S. import prices. You find a weak dollar will translate into higher import prices. In corporate news, Cisco's numbers could have a positive impact, it was helping some of the European tech stocks early ... but European bourses have pulled back a bit.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “I think the focus in the U.S. is on economic data coming out -- things like U.S. import prices. You find a weak dollar will translate into higher import prices, ... In corporate news, Cisco's numbers could have a positive impact, it was helping some of the European tech stocks early ... but European bourses have pulled back a bit.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “We are in the midst of the third-quarter reporting season and it's quite likely the numbers will meet expectations or be below, so there is still scope for bad news.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “We've seen a lot of bad news emerge from the U.S., ... and it's likely to continue with regard to European companies.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “In that environment, markets could retest lows, but if we get the policy response then we'll get more of a rally.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “These three data points from Europe and Bill Gross' comments Tuesday do support speculation about the Federal Reserve rethinking its rates policy.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “All eyes are on the Fed's decision expected later today (Wednesday). We've seen some downward pressure, especially on some of the telecom names, particularly France Telecom, and in also on some German stocks. But the main driver has been what happens with the Fed decision today,”
 Mahendra Chaudhry - “The preservation of the status quo, with respect to the election of the president and the vice-president will inspire confidence and certainty and provide much-needed political stability after the election.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “Iraq is still impinging on the market making any move firmer. My concern is that it is going to become more of an issue as we enter next year.”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “If there are no interest rate cuts before the end of the year, the concern will be that we are going down the deflation road, since economic data is unlikely to turn up of its own accord,”
 Khuram Chaudhry - “Markets in Europe moved down after a turnaround in the U.S. markets. The good news was that the Bank of England cut interest rates at the same time other European bourses and the Bank of Japan joined in.”

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