Jan Lambregts, Rabobank says a Federal Reserve rate hike seems unlikely in November. They may shy away in the last minute. But the Fed may hike rates in December by around 25 basis points which he senses may not lead to any global market imbalance.
Jan Lambregts, global head of financial markets research at Rabobank believes the recent quantitative easing by various central banks will lead to a flood of liquidity into the market which will eventually find its way to equities and will prove beneficial for emerging markets including India.
Jan Lambregts of Rabobank says, US jobs data could be a powerful tactical bear rally going forward.
For global investors looking to park their funds somewhere, the return versus risk is limited almost in every market, Jan Lambregts of Rabobank says, adding that investors who are open to taking some risk could prefer India as there is some hope from the new government.
Jan Lambregts of Rabobank gave his views on why the Asian and European markets are down despite a positive handover from the Wall Street
High debt levels is the major problem in China, which may create a situation similar to that of 2008, says Jan Lambregts of Rabobank.
Jan Lambregts, Global Head of Financial Markets Research, Rabobank, says though China is in a heavy selling pressure, a manageable data may give markets an opportunity to calm even if the pressure continues in the Chinese equity market.
Watch the interview of Jan Lambregts of Rabobank with Latha Venkatesh and Anuj Singhal on CNBC-TV18, in which he shared his readings and outlook on crude and global markets.
Jan Lambregts, Global Head of Financial Markets Research, Rabobank gives his views on whether it is globally a good time for the Federal Reserve to hike rates.
The expectation is that ECB in today's meeting is likely to unveil bond buying programme to the tune of 50 billion euros per month. But the move will not start a rally in Europe. Instead emerging economies undergoing reforms will see good amount of gains from the QE money.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Jan Lambregts of Rabobank International spoke about the global performance of the market post the US elections and the issue revolving around fiscal cliff.
Jan Lambregts of Rabobank International believes the German parliament will not block the affirmation of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM). He is also hopeful of seeing another round of quantitative easing from the Fed.
The global markets have witnessed a pullback today. Jan Lambregts of Rabobank International says, it will be just a mild bounce back. â€œIt is hard to see some of the big topics, which have been weighing on market sentiment before, going away at this stage,â€ he adds. He thinks the markets will remain very jittery.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Jan Lambregts of Rabo Bank said, he would not take any temporarily relief in the equity markets as being a permanent state of affairs. According to him, Greece is completely bankrupt.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Jan Lambregts, Head of Financial Market Research, Rabobank discusses what he expects from Ben Bernanke.
Where is the yen headed? In an interview with CNBC-TV18’s Menaka Doshi, Jan Lambregts, head of financial markets research, Rabobank International, answers.