The Markets According to Dr. Doom

A Conversation with Nouriel Roubini

With each passing year, financial markets become more interconnected and complex, marked by valuations that often defy expectations, punctuated by crises of increasing severity, and regulated and managed by far more active central bankers. Few economists have better insight into the myriad macroeconomic events that move markets and the players who shape them than Dr. Nouriel Roubini, one of the world’s most prominent economists and perhaps the most celebrated predictor of the last financial crisis.  In an exclusive conversation with The Octavian Report, the man nicknamed Dr. Doom – or as he prefers to be called “Dr. Realist” – offers his views, both bullish and bearish, on key markets and policy decisions around the world.

The China Risk

The Octavian Report: What risk right now concerns you the most?

Nouriel Roubini: I worry that markets are underestimating how much of a slowdown in growth is going to occur in China. Of course there is the doom and …

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