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By Nouriel Roubini - Dec 03,2022
NEW YORK  —  The world economy is lurching towards an unprecedented confluence of economic, financial, and debt crises, following the explosion of deficits, borrowing, and leverage in recent decades.In the private sector, the mountain of debt includes that of households
By Nouriel Roubini - May 28,2022
NEW YORK  —  In 2021, the big debate about the outlook for the global economy focused on whether the rising inflation in the United States and other advanced economies was transitory or persistent.
By Nouriel Roubini - Apr 25,2022
NEW YORK  —  The new reality with which many advanced economies and emerging markets must reckon is higher inflation and slowing economic growth.
By Nouriel Roubini - Feb 13,2022
NEW YORK — Rising inflation in the United States and around the world is forcing investors to assess the likely effects on both “risky” assets (generally stocks) and “safe” assets (such as US Treasury bonds).
By Nouriel Roubini - Dec 29,2021
NEW YORK — Despite dips and disruptions from new variants of COVID-19, 2021 turned out to be a relatively positive year for economies and markets in most parts of the world.
By Nouriel Roubini - Aug 03,2021
NEW YORK — About half-a-year into Joe Biden’s presidency, it is time to consider how his administration’s economic doctrine compares to that of former president Donald Trump and previous Democratic and Republican administrations.The paradox is that the “Biden doctrine” has more i
By Nouriel Roubini - May 24,2021
NEW YORK — After the most severe global recession in decades, private and official forecasters are increasingly optimistic that world output will recover strongly this year and thereafter. But the coming expansion will be unevenly distributed, both across and within economies.
By Nouriel Roubini - Oct 01,2020
NEW YORK — Joe Biden has consistently held a wide polling lead over US President Donald Trump ahead of November’s election.
By Nouriel Roubini - Jul 29,2020
NEW YORK — In February, I warned that any number of foreseeable crises – “white swans” – could trigger a massive global disturbance this year.
By Nouriel Roubini - Jan 15,2020
LONDON — Following the United States’ assassination of Iranian Quds Force commander Qassem Suleimani and Iran’s initial retaliation against two Iraqi bases housing US troops, financial markets moved into risk-off mode: Oil prices spiked by 10 per cent, US and globa

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