Nouriel Roubini

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In 2013, the US will not only face di­rect ef­fects of a fis­cal drag, but also its in­di­rect ef­fect on pri­vate spend­ing

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 11 Aug 2012
USD

With­out a much eas­i­er mon­e­tary pol­i­cy and a less front-loaded mode of fis­cal aus­ter­i­ty, the eu­ro­zone cri­sis will deep­en.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 17 Apr 2012
Mario Draghi

There are at least four down­side risks like­ly to ma­te­ri­alise this year that will un­der­mine growth, in­vestor con­fi­dence.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 22 Feb 2012
Greece flag

De­spite favourable macro­eco­nom­ic in­di­ca­tors, US eco­nom­ic growth will re­main weak and be­low trend through­out 2012.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 21 Jan 2012
US Chamber Of Commerce CEO Delivers Annual State Of American Business Address

Choos­ing aus­ter­i­ty mea­sures means a deep­er re­ces­sion in the short term, a blow the pe­riph­ery may not be able to han­dle.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 16 Nov 2011
sarkozy

The most vi­able op­tion to re­store com­pet­i­tive­ness and growth is for pe­riph­er­al coun­tries to exit the eu­ro­zone.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 24 Sep 2011
european central bank logo

The re­cent cred­it rat­ing down­grade and Eu­ro­zone debt crises are slow­ly show­ing signs of The Great De­pres­sion 2.0.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 18 Aug 2011
merkel and sarkozy

The eu­ro­zone cri­sis is reach­ing cli­max. Greece is in­sol­vent while Por­tu­gal, Ire­land, Spain and Italy are strug­gling.

opinion by Nouriel Roubini
Published On 19 Jul 2011
Eurozone