Nouriel Roubini Sees a Bad Recovery, Then Inflation, Then a Depression

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During the last crisis, the economist Nouriel Roubini earned the nickname “Dr. Doom” for his ominous prognostications about the economy and financial system. While he prefers the moniker “Dr. Realist” Roubini is once again extremely negative. On this week’s episode, he explains why he sees a poor recovery, then a bout of inflation, and then ultimately a depression in the wake of this crisis.

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