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  • Video: Conversations with Nouriel Roubini: International Investing

    Nouriel advises US investors to overcome their “home bias” and look to international investments for higher returns and a more balanced portfolio. He outlines the risks, rewards, and instruments investors should consider.

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  • Video: Conversations with Nouriel Roubini: Financial Literacy

    Without financial literacy, we blindly make our way through key decisions that could determine whether we succeed or fail in life. Nouriel Roubini maps how financial literacy is essential to success and shares his reasons for creating Roubini’s Edge.

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  • China Rising

    As the most populous nation on earth, and the world’s second-largest economy, China is increasingly becoming both a concern and an opportunity for investors. (As an example of China’s influence on the global economy, a recent analysis by The Economist tied more than 10% of American multinational corporate revenue to China.) A 4,000-year-old culture has [...]

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  • Video: Nouriel Roubini on CNBC: Interest rates won’t rise soon

    On CNBC’s “Fast Money,” the chairman of Roubini Global Economics and New York University professor also said that monetary easing by central banks around the world could affect the U.S. economy.

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  • Monetary Policy—An Introduction

    Ash: To start today, let’s discuss why you think monetary policy is so important to individuals? It’s a topic that’s often talked about, but in the context of banks and corporations—not individuals—and usually with a lot of academic jargon. Nouriel: In the most fundamental sense, the ultimate goal of monetary policy is to keep the [...]

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  • Video: Roubini: Risks for `Significant’ Credit Bubble

    Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) — Nouriel Roubini, chairman of Roubini Global Economics LLC and a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, talks about Federal Reserve policy, the global economy and markets. Roubini speaks with Betty Liu and Josh Wright on Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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  • Video: Nouriel Roubini: Fed May Tighten Early, Posing Risk of New Crisis

    Oct. 6, 2014 (Institutional Investor) – Economist Nouriel Roubini sees U.S. labor market improving faster than the Fed expected but worries about untested macroprudential policies, and China slowdown.

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  • Globalization, Risks, and the Social Safety Net

    In fact, it would be a fair summary of economic history to say that those nations that have opened their economies to the rest of the world have succeeded, and their populations prospered, while those nations that have failed to do so have been left behind. This is true whether one looks back over the [...]

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  • Video: Roubini Sees Weaker Euro Amid ECB’s Policy Easing

    Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) — Nouriel Roubini, chairman of Roubini Global Economics LLC and a professor at New York University, discusses the European Central Bank’s policy measures announced yesterday and its expected impact on bond and currency markets. He talks with Mark Barton from the Ambrosetti Workshop in Cernobbio, Italy, on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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  • Video: Roubini Sees Start of Quantitative Easing in ECB Action

    Sept. 5, 2014 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Betty Liu reports that New York University professor Nouriel Rubini has called yesterday’s action by the European Central Bank the start of quantitative easing. She speaks in today’s “Movers and Shakers” on “In The Loop.”

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