My Favorite Quotes
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 Marc Levesque - “So exports actually contributed to net GDP growth in November.”
 Marc Levesque - “As a result, net exports contributed positively to the accounting of GDP growth in November.”
 Marc Levesque - “Real exports are poised to take a bite out of Canada's growth performance for the first quarter as a whole.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “You can be young and still have views and opinions.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “I think every little girl is fascinated with mermaids.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “I look up to people who succeed in accomplishing their dreams.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “I bite my fingernails. That's probably not a good thing.”
 Marc Levesque - “That's not suggesting to me that he sees himself with having a whole battery of rate hikes going forward. I would not be surprised at all to see them go one more time and then pause.”
 Marc Levesque - “They said nothing's changed in their view of the economy so markets focused on the word 'modest' to mean they'll be less aggressive.”
 Marc Levesque - “This morning's merchandise trade report certainly came as a shocker, but this is one case where the headline looks much worse than the details of the data.”
 Marc Levesque - “If we end up with a majority government you could see a bit of a rally in the currency but it would be short-lived. Canada's economy is comfortably in surplus and that backdrop isn't going to change, no matter who wins.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “If anyone will listen I will continue to sing.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “Everything I listen to is influential in some way.”
 Marc Levesque - “Aside from a few small snippets, Mr. Dodge could have transmitted exactly the same message by stating that 'nothing of substance has changed since the (Monetary Policy Report) Update', and leaving it at that.”
 Marc Levesque - “What we're seeing in terms of currency movements - and it will probably continue at least over the near-term - is a shift in global monetary policy expectations. There's a gearing-down of expectations for Fed tightening, coupled with increased tightening expectations elsewhere.”
 Steve Levesque - “Both of these guys are very similar players. They both have a lot of speed. They are fairly small, they are not huge guys, but they are fairly quick. They have terrific hands. The kind of game we want to play is really an up tempo style of play, very fast with a lot of puck movement and that is what these guys play.”
 Marc Levesque - “This report paints a picture very similar to the fall survey and shows an economy practically at full capacity.”
 Marc Levesque - “The weakness in the Canadian dollar is essentially a follow-through from yesterday's Fed rate decision that has the market anticipating at least one more hike.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “I love being creative.”
 Joanna Noelle Levesque - “I think we should all come together, and that race and color or social demographics really don't matter.”
 Steve Levesque - “These are the kind of kids we want on our team. They have the proper motivation. They want to go to college. They are hockey players that I think need to hone their skills a little more. And both of them get to stay close to home.”
 Steve Levesque - “When people knew we were starting a franchise they started calling us. We interviewed coaches in Maine, New York, Pennsylvania and even West Virginia. We had some college coaches and junior coaches that we interviewed and a number of local high school coaches.”
 Marc Levesque - “I don't know anybody out there who is not expecting the Bank of Canada to hike 25 basis points next week.”
 Marc Levesque - “Most importantly, the Bank of Canada is not giving the impression that it has much of an appetite for further rate hikes beyond the 4 percent level.”
 Marc Levesque - “You should see Canada's 10-year bonds rally in the second half of this year. I don't see a big appetite on the part of the Bank of Canada to hike interest rates as the economy slows. There is no compelling reason to go beyond 4 percent.”

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