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The financial markets generally are unpredictable. So that one has to have different scenarios... The idea that you can actually predict what's going to happen contradicts my way of looking at the market.
And finally, no matter how good the science gets, there are problems that inevitably depend on judgement, on art, on a feel for financial markets.
I put forward a pretty general theory that financial markets are intrinsically unstable. That we really have a false picture when we think about markets tending towards equilibrium.
The Federal Reserve has a responsibility to ensure the safety and soundness of financial institutions and to contain systemic risks in financial markets.
Things like the financial markets - a proper grounding in mathematics could help the common man. I believe that if people are more familiar with mathematical concepts... it can help deal with modern life, which is increasingly complex.
As financial markets continue to broaden and deepen, the behavior of asset prices will play an important role in the formulation of monetary policy going forward, perhaps a more important role than in the past.
Remember that all financial markets are filled with good but not necessarily innocent people looking after their own self-interests before they look after yours.
The reality is that financial markets are self-destabilizing; occasionally they tend toward disequilibrium, not equilibrium.
In rising financial markets, the world is forever new. The bull or optimist has no eyes for past or present, but only for the future, where streams of revenue play in his imagination.
I would say that financial markets are very inefficient, and capable of extremes of being completely dysfunctional.
A second reason why science cannot replace judgement is the behavior of financial markets.
Selling drug secrets violates a trust that is fundamental to the integrity of both scientific research and our financial markets.
What we have seen in financial markets should bring home to us all that the central organising principle of this 21st century is interdependence. For the century just past, interdependence may have been one option among many. For the century that is to come, there is no longer an alternative.
It is vital for officials and regulators to have input from people within our businesses who understand the intricacies of how financial markets operate and the consequences of certain policy decisions.
I think what is happening is I think first of all there is confidence in the U.K. economy. We're in a German rather than a Greek position in international financial markets, which is very positive and keeps our debt service costs down, and we're also beginning to see real evidence of rebalancing.
While expanding market access for American industry, financial markets and farmers is critical, I believe it needs to be done responsibly, accounting for the treatment and protection of workers and the environment.
Our economy is increasingly dependent on the success and integrity of the financial markets.
Trillions of dollars every day are being exchanged around the world in all of the financial markets.
The middle and working classes are paying the debt that the financial markets created.
There are good reasons why we don't want everyone to learn nuclear physics, medicine or how financial markets work. Our entire modern project has been about delegating power over us to skilled people who want to do the work and be rewarded accordingly.
Countries are not like financial markets. Social change cannot be executed as swiftly as credit-default swaps. You cannot sell short on social commitments and practical responsibilities.
The principal linkages between Japan and the U.S. global economies are trade, financial markets, and commodity markets.
One of the most constant aspects of American life is change - and nowhere is it more evident than in our financial markets.
Developments in financial markets can have broad economic effects felt by many outside the markets.
The stability of global financial markets is a public good. If governments fail to protect this public good, then those who suffer are the working people of the world whose jobs, whose homes, and whose standard of living depends on it.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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