Global Conference 2014

These celebrated economists are known for sensing crucial signals before the rest of us, including those who occupy the seats of corporate and political power. We'll hear their contrasting views of the paths the global economy and capital markets will take in the coming year. Where do the trends point? Healthy growth or renewed solvency risk, and will either scenario unfold incrementally or fast and furiously? Is there life after central bank heroics? Will Western economies catch up with the go-go markets of recent years, or will the markets fall back to meet so-so conditions? How do sovereigns manage their debt-to-GDP ratios, and can policymakers extend their fiscal and monetary inventiveness? EMs and QE, bubbles and bailouts, profit growth and balance sheet cash, Roubini and Cummins will discuss whether and how the ends will meet in the world economy.

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Moderator

Stephanie Ruhle

Co-Anchor, "Market Makers," and Managing Editor, Bloomberg TV

Speakers

Jason Cummins

Head of Research and Chief U.S. Economist, Brevan Howard

Nouriel Roubini

Chairman, Roubini Global Economics; Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University


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