My Favorite Quotes
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 Nigel Gault - “Growth was very good in the third quarter. We really suspect that the last two reports greatly understated the underlying strength of the labor market.”
 Nigel Gault - “Excluding autos, spending growth looks healthy -- not a blockbuster holiday season, but far better than it appeared a couple of months ago when gasoline prices were over 3 per gallon.”
 Nigel Gault - “It is possible that the hurricanes that hit in August and September had a bigger impact on measured GDP growth in the fourth quarter than in the third. ... The hurricanes probably dragged on investment, too.”
 Teri Gault - “It's kind of like playing a card game. We look at the history of every product before we put it on our list.”
 Nigel Gault - “Companies have reached the limits of what they can do with their work forces. They have to hire more workers.”
 Nigel Gault - “It's interesting because the economy is growing in real terms, so you would expect to see the markets frequently posting all-time highs, because the trend is (naturally) up.”
 Nigel Gault - “For a long time we've been looking for consumer spending to slow down, ... It's a question whether this is a trigger for a broader slowdown in consumer spending and the housing market.”
 Chuck Gault - “We had very timely hitting today. That's always a good thing to see.”
 Nigel Gault - “We believe the numbers today are confirming our view that growth will be soft throughout the rest of the year.”
 Chuck Gault - “She (Kinsella) didn't feel very good. I was happy to see her go six. She gave me more than I thought she could. She was weak, but she's gutsy. She's a competitor.”
 Nigel Gault - “With consumers likely to return to the malls from the auto showrooms, spending in other areas will pick up again, especially once cooler weather arrives to give a boost to fall clothing,”
 Nigel Gault - “The bottom line is that the job market carried good momentum and the economy can weather the temporary hit from the hurricanes.”
 Teri Gault - “That means if you buy only what you need every week, you overspend on 13 out of 15 categories. We teach people to stockpile when things are on sale.”
 Chuck Gault - “We've got a bright outlook. It's a great bunch of kids, and they're very competitive. We don't have great numbers this year, and we don't have a (junior varsity) team so we have some people who have to learn pretty quickly. We've got to limit our mistakes and play smart, and I think we'll be OK.”
 Charlayne Hunter-Gault - “This is indeed a stiff wake up call to the ruling party and the president, ... This vote ... is telling the president and the ruling party that people want change.”
 Nigel Gault - “This latest report is unmistakable evidence of an improving economy. What you have to look for is evidence that the fourth-quarter slowdown in economic growth will continue. And this jobs report is evidence that just the opposite is happening.”
 Charlayne Hunter-Gault - “One mother was saying she is going to stay, not because she is defiant, but because she has nowhere else to go.”
 Nigel Gault - “Energy prices were rising before Katrina hit, and while those costs didn't make their way through to finished goods in August, we have to expect higher core inflation in coming months. Firms are saying that they've absorbed so much already that they have to pass on these costs.”
 Nigel Gault - “We are now at the point where Hurricane Katrina's effects are adding to job creation rather than detracting from it.”
 Nigel Gault - “These figures suggest that growth is stable but not extremely strong. These figures should add to the conviction in financial markets that the Fed will soon be able to stop raising rates.”
 Charlayne Hunter-Gault - “a major victory for the South African government -- and the rest of the continent -- over the drugs companies.”
 Nigel Gault - “There is a risk that we will push up above 2 percent, not necessarily over the next month but sometime over the next few months. That will be a concern to the Fed.”
 Teri Gault - “Pound for pound and ounce for ounce, you will save more money this way than shopping at Sam's Club or Costco.”
 Teri Gault - “Your biggest monthly expense is usually your mortgage or your rent. Second is usually groceries for an average American family.”
 Charlayne Hunter-Gault - “If people are informed they will do the right thing. It's when they are not informed that they become hostages to prejudice.”

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