10 Best Finance Tweets of the Month: August
The Nasdaq shutdown sends tweeters scrambling, Ian Bremmer issues a warning about war and a fake rep pleads with BrokerCheck to expunge a sordid incident.
Roubini and Bremmer Warn of ‘New Abnormal’
Is a new economic crisis that makes 2008 look mild in the offing? Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer argue in a lengthy survey of world gloom that the possibility of such a crisis is ever present.
Bearish Bremmer, Bullish Bernstein Clash at IMCA Forum
Take your pick: the free markets are in their death throes, or we are in the middle of the biggest bull market we’ll ever see.
Roubini, Bremmer at Davos: U.S. Can’t Do More on World Stage
Davos interview brings comments on Clinton hearing and Obama’s ‘I have a Drone’ speech.
Japanese Banking Minister Dies
Financial Services Minister Tadahiro Matsushita of Japan, who was at the helm of the insider trading crackdown that brought down Nomura Holdings' top to executives, has died. His death was ruled a suicide by police.
Roubini Sounds Off on Virginity, Euro Debt Crisis
Will Germany bail out other eurozone countries?
Spain, Cyprus Downgraded
Moody's cut the ratings of Spain and Cyprus on Wednesday. Bond yields topped 7% for Spain, and in Italy’s first bond sale since Spain’s bailout yields surged.
Roubini, Bremmer Sound Off on Global Economy, Iran
New York University's Nouriel Roubini and Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer spoke with Bloomberg Television's Margaret Brennan about the state of the global economy.
Merrill CIO: Europe Headed for Recession, U.S. Slowdown Later in 2012
Europe is headed for recession, and markets in the U.S. will experience a solid first-half of the year before a significant cool-off in the second half
Battle of Keynesians: Krugman Debates Summers on America’s Lost Decade
Has America entered an era of persistent economic weakness like the two decades of stagnation Japan has faced since the collapse of its bubble economy in 1991?