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 Roger Kubarych - “We believe the growth spurt will be less robust than the consensus and that a softening housing market will hold back (growth) throughout the coming year.”
 Roger Kubarych - “The fund industry lobby their own members to improve the clarity of prospectuses,”
 Roger Kubarych - “It may be a year and a half or so before we see enough inflation for the Fed to start digging in.”
 Roger Kubarych - “These figures should relieve some of the fears of Fed officials who have been recently sounding the alarm on inflation prospects.”
 Roger Kubarych - “The impact on consumer spending depends primarily on housing prices, because they're providing the biggest wealth effect right now. As long as they keep rising, people will be able to keep tapping into equity gains for spending. For now, this report just represents consumer grumpiness.”
 Roger Kubarych - “Companies use language that's worked in the past, so prospectuses become bigger and bigger mountains of words,”
 Roger Kubarych - “All American companies that provide high tech products and also capital equipment for the Asian economic miracle are going to be hurt because there's an adjustment process that has to be gone through in Asia. It's going to take two to three years, and in the meantime they're going to see lower sales in Asia.”
 Roger Kubarych - “They could have waited, but they're trying to give us a signal that they're more than just vigilant -- that they're actively seeking to ease monetary policy.”
 Roger Kubarych - “It was the Greenspan-Kohn monetary policy, and the dash is perfectly legitimate.”
 Roger Kubarych - “It was the Greenspan-Kohn monetary policy, and the dash is perfectly legitimate,”
 Roger Kubarych - “We're not in crisis mode now.”
 Roger Kubarych - “Those companies are all very tax savvy and they are doing what everybody else would do -- they are bringing the money at a lower cost and using it to fund all sorts of things, ... Ultimately what generates jobs is macroeconomic growth and sound policies, and not a tax break.”
 Roger Kubarych - “The compromise view is 25-basis-point increases. No one's arguing, even hinting, at a pause.”
 Roger Kubarych - “The tremendous rise in all these costs has been steep enough and has gone on long enough that it's putting an awful lot of pressure on business costs.”
 Roger Kubarych - “Here's an appointment where Bush really can't make a mistake,”
 Roger Kubarych - “If you talk to the Fed staff in private and ask them who would Greenspan like to replace him, the answer would be Don Kohn.”
 Roger Kubarych - “If you talk to the Fed staff in private and ask them who would Greenspan like to replace him, the answer would be Don Kohn,”
 Roger Kubarych - “He's the same age, same clarity of expression, same demeanor, very steady, interesting background with the Bush administration and involved with the best successes in their minds - the tax cuts,”
 Roger Kubarych - “There's no doubt about it there will be a lot of lawsuits (in a down market), ... The industry is well aware that there will be a rash of class-action lawsuits.”