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Roubini Topic Archive: Markets

  • Roubini and Bremmer on Charlie Rose: Unveiling New Abnormal

    After the Great Recession, commentators have espoused their idea of the “New Normal”—a post-growth era of stagnant developed economies. But is it so simple? Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer appeared on Charlie Rose to discuss their take on what the new paradigm will be like. Roubini differentiated what he is calling the “New Abnormal”: “Our point […]

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  • De-Risking Revisited

    Until the recent bout of financial-market turbulence, a variety of risky assets (including equities, government bonds, and commodities) had been rallying since last summer. But, while risk aversion and volatility were falling and asset prices were rising, economic growth remained sluggish throughout the world. Now the global economy’s chickens may be coming home to roost. […]

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  • American Pie in the Sky

    From Project Syndicate: While the risk of a disorderly crisis in the eurozone is well recognized, a more sanguine view of the United States has prevailed. For the last three years, the consensus has been that the US economy was on the verge of a robust and self-sustaining recovery that would restore above-potential growth. That […]

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  • ‘Roubini’s Devastating Diagnosis’ – Freeland File (Full Video Interview – 16:49)

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  • A Global Perfect Storm

    From Project Syndicate: Dark, lowering financial and economic clouds are, it seems, rolling in from every direction: the eurozone, the United States, China, and elsewhere. Indeed, the global economy in 2013 could be a very difficult environment in which to find shelter. For starters, the eurozone crisis is worsening, as the euro remains too strong, […]

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  • Scary Oil

    From Project Syndicate: Today’s fragile global economy faces many risks: the risk of another flare-up of the eurozone crisis; the risk of a worse-than-expected slowdown in China; and the risk that economic recovery in the United States will fizzle (yet again). But no risk is more serious than that posed by a further spike in […]

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  • CNBC Video and Report – Portugal to Fall, Greece to Leave Euro Zone: Roubini

    CNBC — Portugal is likely to be the next to restructure its debt and exit the euro zone, economist Nouriel Roubini predicted on CNBC Friday. There are several euro-zone countries in trouble, including Italy and Spain, but Roubini sees Portugal as the weakest. The longtime bear and chairman of Roubini Global Economics said the Greek […]

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  • Fragile and Unbalanced in 2012

    From Project Syndicate: The outlook for the global economy in 2012 is clear, but it isn’t pretty: recession in Europe, anemic growth at best in the United States, and a sharp slowdown in China and in most emerging-market economies. Asian economies are exposed to China. Latin America is exposed to lower commodity prices (as both […]

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  • Nouriel Roubini #30 – The FP Top 100 Global Thinkers

    From Foreign Policy: Rarely has someone done so well predicting that the world will go so wrong. Nouriel Roubini rose to prominence for forecasting that the 2008 housing crisis would lead to a global economic meltdown, and he has been peddling a message of doom and gloom ever since. Unfortunately for all of us, he’s […]

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  • Krugman: Roubini On Internal Devaluation

    From Paul Krugman’s The Conscience of a Liberal: Nouriel Roubini has a very good, very grim new paper on European prospects titled Four Options to Address the Eurozone’s Stock and Flow Imbalances: The Risisng Risk of a Disorderly Break-Up (RGE Trial Available). I particularly liked this passage: The international experience of “internal devaluations” is mostly […]

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