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  • Nouriel at Davos: Global Tail Risks Remain

    Speaking with CNN’s Poppy Harlow at Davos, RGE Chairman Nouriel Roubini reiterated the biggest outlying risks to the global economy: U.S. fiscal woes, the eurozone sovereign debt crisis, a potential China hard landing, and geopolitical risk in the Middle East. Nouriel argued that the worst scenario need to materialize for a meaningful impact on global […]

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  • Nouriel: Politics Will Define 2013

    Speaking with Christine Freeland of the New York Times, Nouriel Roubini described the shift from a market focus on risk in 2012 to a worldwide recognition that political action—European elections, partisan U.S. fiscal battles, Middle East unrest, Chinese and Japanese political transitions—will shape the economic and financial landscape in 2013, contingent on unconventional policy responses […]

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  • Hard to be Easing

    The United States Federal Reserve’s decision to undertake a third round of quantitative easing, or QE3, has raised three important questions. Will QE3 jump-start America’s anemic economic growth? Will it lead to a persistent increase in risky assets, especially in US and other global equity markets? Finally, will its effects on GDP growth and equity […]

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  • Nouriel on Draghi’s Plan: It Could Weaken EUR in Longer Run

    Nouriel speaks on Bloomberg about Mario Draghi’s bond-buying plan, the future of the euro and the Fed’s plans this week and ahead of the election. Roubini: Here’s My Blueprint for the Future

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  • Europe’s Short Vacation

    Since last November, the European Central Bank, under its new president, Mario Draghi, has reduced its policy rates and undertaken two injections of more than €1 trillion of liquidity into the eurozone banking system. This led to a temporary reduction in the financial strains confronting the debt endangered countries on the eurozone’s periphery (Greece, Spain, […]

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  • Nouriel Roubini and Patrick Chovanec EconoMonitor Video – China: How Much Stress Can the System Take?

    Patrick Chovanec, associate professor at Tsinghua University’s School of Economics and Management in Beijing, China stopped by the RGE offices in NY for a discussion on the likelihood of a hard landing in China and we consider the short and medium term implications of policy adjustments, leadership transitions, and technology advancements. [22:20] [2:25] – How […]

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  • Roubini, Zandi, Ellis and Sanchez on the State of the Global Economy – Latest EconoMonitor Videos

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  • The Instability of Inequality

    From Project Syndicate: This year has witnessed a global wave of social and political turmoil and instability, with masses of people pouring into the real and virtual streets: the Arab Spring; riots in London; Israel’s middle-class protests against high housing prices and an inflationary squeeze on living standards; protesting Chilean students; the destruction in Germany […]

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  • How to Prevent a Depression

    The latest economic data suggests that recession is returning to most advanced economies, with financial markets now reaching levels of stress unseen since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008. The risks of an economic and financial crisis even worse than the previous one – now involving not just the private sector, but also near-insolvent […]

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  • Roubini Reuters Interview at Ambrosetti – Fed Options and Fate of the Eurozone

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