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  • Show Me the (Big) Data!

    While I’ve never been involved in the movie business professionally, I’ve had the opportunity to play a few small roles in film. I appeared as myself in the 2010 documentary film Inside Job, about the financial crisis of 2007-2008. Inside Job premiered at the Cannes Film Festival four years ago, and it won an Academy [...]

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  • Video: We Needed Just One More

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  • Video: Final Test For Now

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  • Video: Test Video Number Three

    Mauldin Economics chairman John Mauldin explains the dangers of the world’s central banks building up excess debt and how technology is upending the global economy. Photo: Getty Images.

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  • Video: A First Test Video

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  • Video: Are Central Bankers Building a Debt Bomb?

    Mauldin Economics chairman John Mauldin explains the dangers of the world’s central banks building up excess debt and how technology is upending the global economy. Photo: Getty Images.

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  • The Great Backlash

    In the immediate aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, policymakers’ success in preventing the Great Recession from turning into Great Depression II held in check demands for protectionist and inward-looking measures. But now the backlash against globalization – and the freer movement of goods, services, capital, labor, and technology that came with it – [...]

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  • Video: Taylor, Roubini, Rogoff on U.S., Global Economies

    April 29, 2014 (Bloomberg) — Kenneth Rogoff, a professor at Harvard University, Nouriel Roubini, co-founder of Roubini Global Economics LLC, and John Taylor, a professor at Stanford University, talk about U.S. fiscal and monetary policy, and the global economy. The Wall Street Journal’s Gerard Baker moderates the panel at the Milken Institute 2014 Global Conference [...]

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  • Video: Roubini: Ukraine Could Tip Europe Back to Recession

    April 28, 2014 (Bloomberg) — Nouriel Roubini of Roubini Global Economics, discusses how Russia and Ukraine could affect the European recovery, market preparedness for a potential slowdown in the Chinese economy and why he sees a less dovish Federal Reserve in the near future from the 2014 Milken Global Conference on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”

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  • Autumn’s Known Unknowns

    During the height of the Iraq war, then-U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld spoke of “known unknowns” – foreseeable risks whose realization is uncertain. Today, the global economy is facing many known unknowns, most of which stem from policy uncertainty. In the United States, three sources of policy uncertainty will come to a head this [...]

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