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Inferno o Paradiso?

Posted By Barry Ritholtz On January 13, 2006 @ 10:30 am In Economy,Financial Press | Comments Disabled

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NYU Professor Nouriel Roubini’s econ meta-site, RGE Monitor [1], has grown impressively. Along with Head of Global Research Brad Setser, the two have amassed an enormously comprehensive source list for all things Macro-Economic, and in a relatively short period of time. (I have been privileged to contribute to the site). 

The Professor lives and teaches in NYC, but he definitely maintains an Italiano [2] sensibility. To wit: a compilation of articles discussing both the up and downside risks for 2006, most suitably labelled Inferno and Paradiso.

It has something for Bull or Bear alike:


Inferno: Downside Risks for the Global Economy in 2006?

Trends and Forecasts for the U.S. and Global Economy in 2006 [3]   
In the best of times, it’s wise to ponder the worst [4]
The Top Ten Financial Risks to the Global Economy [5]
A Gift That Should Keep on Giving [6]
Some worries for 2006 [7]
Soros sees chance of US recession in 2007 [8]
Reasons to Pout? [9]
Martin Wolf: Readiness should be all in this new year [10]

and

Paradiso: Upside Risks for the Global Economy in 2006?
Global growth may accelerate this year [11]   
Sustaining Global Growth in 2006 [12]
2006 Outlook [13]  [14]
United States: A Perfect Soft Landing? [15]
Top-10 Economic Predictions for 2006 [16]
Economic Outlook for 2006 [17]
Global growth momentum continues amid renewed concerns over US consumer resiliency [14]

Rejoice or weep to your heart’s content!


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[1] Image: http://www.rgemonitor.com/

[2] Italiano: http://www.istitutoitaliano.it/welcome.php

[3] Trends and Forecasts for the U.S. and Global Economy in 2006: http://www.rgemonitor.com/blog/roubini/113485

[4] In the best of times, it’s wise to ponder the worst: http://www.ritholtz.com/blogahttp://www.economics.harvard.edu/faculty/rogoff/papers/In_the_Best_of_Times.pdf

[5] The Top Ten Financial Risks to the Global Economy: http://www.gs.com/our_firm/our_culture/social_responsibility/gmi/docs/Top_10_Conference_Summary.pdf

[6] A Gift That Should Keep on Giving: http://www.pimco.com/LeftNav/Late+Breaking+Commentary/IO/2006/IO+January+2006.htm

[7] Some worries for 2006: http://www.econbrowser.com/archives/2006/01/some_worries_fo.html

[8] Soros sees chance of US recession in 2007: http://www.rgemonitor.com/redir.php?sid=1&tgid=10000&clid=2280&cid=113562

[9] Reasons to Pout?: http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB113639173784337602.html

[10] Martin Wolf: Readiness should be all in this new year: https://registration.ft.com/registration/barrier?referer=http://www.rgemonitor.com/10000/?more=cluster&cluster_id=2280&location=http%3A//news.ft.com/cms/s/940454f6-7c8c-11da-936a-0000779e2340.html

[11] Global growth may accelerate this year: http://today.reuters.com/business/newsarticle.aspx?type=tnBusinessNews&storyID=nL0938392&imageid=top-news-view-2006-01-03-151318-eRPPISA[61].jpg&cap=File%20picture%20of%20Jean-Claude%20Trichet,%20president%20of%20the%20European%20Central%20Bank%20(ECB),%20addressing%20a%20news%20conference%20at%20ECB%20headquarters%20in%20Frankfurt%20on%20December%201,%202005.%20Speaking%20during%20a%20G10%20meeting%20of%20central%20bankers%20in%20Basel%20on%20Monday,%20he%20said%20the%20global%20economy%20was%20buoyant%20and%20could%20exceed%20its%20strong%20rate%20of%20growth%20in%202005.%20REUTERS/Alex%20Grimm

[12] Sustaining Global Growth in 2006: http://www.ssga.com/library/mkcm/chrisprobynsustainingglobalgrowth20051208/page.html

[13] 2006 Outlook: http://www.rgemonitor.com/redir.php?sid=1&tgid=10000&clid=2279&cid=113632

[14]  : http://www.gs.com/client_services/asset_management/mutual_funds/u_s_funds/pdf/global_fixed_income_outlook.pdf

[15] United States: A Perfect Soft Landing?: http://www.morganstanley.com/GEFdata/digests/20060109-mon.html#anchor1

[16] Top-10 Economic Predictions for 2006: http://www.globalinsight.com/publicDownload/genericContent/TopTen2006.pdf

[17] Economic Outlook for 2006: http://www.rgemonitor.com/redir.php?sid=1&tgid=10000&clid=2279&cid=112494

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