Credit Agricole analyst Yellen should press the button t420s

Credit Agricole analyst: Yellen should press the button U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants stocks 14, Bloomberg News Beijing reported in more than one hour in the first, Credit Agricole’s top economic researcher in answering the questions are very calm and calm, but subject to Federal Reserve Chairman Yellen and the United States should raise interest rates, her mood immediately becomes high up. "Yes, she should press the button," Isabelle Job-Bazille said in an interview with the Tokyo Office of Credit Agricole in October 12th. "It’s a question of keeping interest rates in line with fundamentals. Look at the growth rate in the United states. There is no reason to keep interest rates at such a low level." High spirits may have to fly from Paris to Tokyo after the schedule factors too closely, but it also reflects Job-Bazille very worried about the risk of monetary policy kept for too long too loose brought. Her views can also be extended to the European Central Bank and the Bank of japan. She said they had reached the limits of the stimulus. "No one should not forget that these policies now reduces the return, and bring the side effects," the 48 year old, since the beginning of 2013 as chief economist at Credit Agricole said Job-Bazille. "There is a perception that the risk of overheating market pricing may lead to sharp fluctuations, so that the entire financial system into a long-term instability." Editor: Li Li SF053相关的主题文章: