Doubleline Capital CEO Gundlach, On Whether Fed Chair Was Too Hawkish, Says "I Don't Think So" - CNBC

Oct 11 (Reuters) -

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS U.S. STOCKS HAVE OUTPERFORMED SINCE JANUARY - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS RATES ARE A BIG PART OF THE SELL-OFF - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS DIVERGENCE BETWEEN U.S. AND FOREIGN STOCKS IS UNUSUAL- CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS IT IS HARD FOR STOCKS IN U.S. TO RALLY IF WORLD STOCKS DECLINE - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS 30 YEAR TREASURY RATE COULD GO TO FOUR PERCENT- CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS GDP COULD BE IN THE HIGH 3 PERCENT FOR THIS QUARTER - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH, ON WHETHER FED CHAIR WAS TOO HAWKISH, SAYS "I DON'T THINK SO" - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS FED WILL KEEP TIGHTENING AS LONG AS INFLATION IS ABOVE 2 PERCENT - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS FED'S INDEPENDENCE IS A MYTH- CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS TARIFFS ARE EQUIVALENT TO RAISING TAXES - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS NUMBERS SUGGEST HIGHER CORE INFLATION - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS EQUITIES GO LOWER IF RATES GO HIGHER - CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS MORE INFLATION WILL BE SPARKED BY DEFICIT EXPLOSION- CNBC

* DOUBLELINE CAPITAL CEO JEFFREY GUNDLACH SAYS PREDICTS REPUBLICANS WILL KEEP THE SENATE IN THE MID TERM ELECTIONS- CNBC Source: https://cnb.cx/2NBdrTG

2018-10-11 19:05:54

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