Sector Analyst

Sector Analyst

A person who examines information related to a single sector of the economy to determine what the information indicates about a company, situation, or anything else in that sector. For example, a sector analyst may be an expert in oil but know comparatively little about trading in other areas. Sector analysts are sought for their expertise in their fields.
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A banking sector analyst said the slow M2 growth highlighted lower govt budgetary borrowing with repayment of loans from private businesses which led to a fall in NDA and NFA, contributing to money supply growth.
Morgan Asset Management, where he served as senior sector analyst -- executive director, and led the firm's research efforts in Aerospace, Defense, and Airlines.
An energy sector analyst said the company could have received the rebate against losses suffered in preceding years.
Navigation sector analyst at Mubasher research Amr El-Daly said this contract will have a positive effect; despite the oil price slump, the company will rebound by the end of 2016.
The company can mould itself in the role of a sector analyst, thus identifying and covering all the probable factors effecting prices.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-April 14, 2014-- Gilbert named Pharmaceutical sector analyst at Deutsche Bank
Sector analyst Casper Burgering was ranked most accurate forecaster of base metals prices in Q4 for the second quarter in a row, across his estimates on copper, aluminium, zinc, tin, nickel and lead.
A power sector analyst told this correspondent that IPPs were facing a very odd situation.
Reuters cited an unnamed sector analyst as saying that Rio Tinto could get some USD2bn (EUR1.
Bevan is an expert in IT services marketing and an Industry Sector Analyst at Bloor Research, while Ashby is a sales and marketing professional and is a Research Director at Bloor Research.
Matthew McEachran, retail sector analyst at Singer Capital, said: "The niche nature of the business, positive demographic, customer trends and the increasing sales shift online remain key positives to the investment case.
4 January 2011 - Swedish company Lundin Petroleum AB (STO: LUPE) announced on Tuesday that it had drilled a dry well in the Norall prospect on the Norwegian continental shelf, but that is only minor bad news, according to a sector analyst.