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 Rich Rodriguez - “It showed more than anything that when one team gains momentum, especially in a bowl, it's hard to stop it.”  
 Steve Rogers - “November's unemployment rates were a bit of a mixed bag. We had some gains in retail jobs that were offset by some layoffs in manufacturing, but (the layoffs) were not dramatically reflected in the numbers.”  
 Johnny Lee - “The U.S. market's strength overnight helped the main board to extend gains since it started a rebound Friday.”  
 Katsuhiko Kodama - “After rising more than 700 points in just three days, I think it can't be helped if we see some investors locking in some gains.”  
 Herodotus - “All men's gains are the fruit of venturing”  
 Jeffrey Skilling - “This was about protecting gains, not hiding losses.”  
 Ryutaro Matsuyama - “JGB prices were bearish. This is mainly because stock prices posted strong gains, while most investors are also cautiously awaiting the results of today's 20-year bond auction.”  
 Cary Leahey - “Even though the PPI has accelerated, it hasn't passed over to consumer goods prices, and it hasn't passed through into wage gains,”  
 Alan Greenspan - “On whether recent gains in housing prices have produce a bubble, ... we certainly cannot rule out home price declines, especially in some local markets, these declines, were they to occur, likely would not have substantial macroeconomic implications.”  
 Walter Winnitzki - “Investors are looking at tech and saying that any gains in the industry will lag a broader recovery. That's true generally, and it's maybe especially prominent right now.”  
 Jeff Sessions - “the gains are nevertheless substantial.”  
 Marshall Steeves - “The gasoline data is bullish and right now gasoline futures are showing the highest gains. We'll see if that leads the market.”  
 Cary Leahey - “Even though the PPI has accelerated, it hasn't passed over to consumer goods prices, and it hasn't passed through into wage gains. So as long as you have a great story on labor costs with productivity, you can't really have an inflation story.”  
 Tom Daschle - “I'm disappointed, really, that the House is going off on all of its tangents once again, ... The capital gains cut, apparently, is alive and well over there, and an array of other things that are just handouts to those who probably don't need it.”  
 Tom Daschle - “I'm disappointed really that the House is going off on all of its tangents once again, ... The capital gains cut apparently is alive and well over there and an array of other things that are just handouts to those who probably don't need it.”  
 Barry Ritholtz - “We need to see a confirmation in the next few weeks. We need another session of gains of 1 to 2 percent for all the major indexes before I'll be confident that this is a bottom.”  
 Steven Wood - “Despite the loosening of the labor markets, income gains remain sufficient to support spending at a moderate pace.”  
 Mickey Levy - “Whether it's this month or the next handful of months, we see the combination of sustained productivity gains, profit growth and healthy increases in product demand leading businesses to want to rehire,”  
 Mickey Levy - “Whether it's this month or the next handful of months, we see the combination of sustained productivity gains, profit growth and healthy increases in product demand leading businesses to want to rehire.”  
 Steven Wood - “New and continuing claims are at levels that historically have been associated with payroll employment gains of around 225,000. Labor markets are gradually improving.”  
 Art Hogan - “I think that we just ran out of steam after a couple of hours. I am glad that we held on our gains from Friday. Oil will continue to be a driver, earnings will be a driver, and so will economics.”  
 Yasukazu Shimizu - “Demand for final goods is gradually recovering. Prices for these products will stay positive, though their gains probably won't accelerate.”  
 Pasquale Pistorio - “Sequential and year-over-year gains were recorded in all major product groups and applications, reflecting primarily increases in unit volumes.”  
 Frank Mitsch - “Not only do the companies avoid costly legal fees going forward, but each gains access to new technologies that provide financial benefits.”  
 Aaron Nida - “Practices are going well - they are working hard. We have got in some good workouts and made some gains but we are also getting a little beat up with the shin splints because of the hard surface and tight corners.”  

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