Stephen Roach on the long road back to economic growth

Former Morgan Stanley Asia chief, Stephen Roach is now back in the US for a position at Yale. He talked to the Wall Street Journal this week about the risks of double dip, the reality of a slow recovery and the need for consumers to rebuild their fiscal health over the next few years.

Hat tip: Tim Iacono.

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8 Responses to Stephen Roach on the long road back to economic growth

  1. Anonymous says:

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    The economic news turned positive last week, pushing oil higher. The global economy will grow 4.6 percent in 2010, the biggest expansion since 2007, the International Monetary Fund said on July 7 in revisions to its World Economic Outlook.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Market “experts” telling us always how much time, 6-9 months the market looks ahead to see changes on the economic landscape.
    With that time frame in mind, can someone tell me why in '07 the S/P 500 peaked in a same quarter as the recession started??
    Or, what exciting economic developments the bulls see on the other side of this present time economic valley, other than low interest rates??
    This time around (and other times too) the market feeds itself from coincident and lagging indicators, just like in '07, and I believe more and more in G. Soros's teachings about reflex action and behavioral finance.

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