Roubini Global Economics Releases Q2 Global Outlook: Who's Afraid of the 'Lowflation' Trap? - - Jackson, MS

Roubini Global Economics Releases Q2 Global Outlook: Who's Afraid of the 'Lowflation' Trap?

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NEW YORK, June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Roubini Global Economics today announced the release of its latest Global Outlook, titled "Who's Afraid of the 'Lowflation' Trap?" Spanning a host of countries, regions and asset classes, the Outlook integrates the firm's key projections, unique policy insight and top-down macro-market views in an easy-to-consume format for financial, corporate, government and academic clients.

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"In our latest Outlook, we hold to our expectation for accelerating growth in the global economy as a result of a simultaneous cyclical upturn in DMs and most EMs," said Christian Menegatti, Managing Director of Research. "As a result, we remain broadly positive on risk assets, but see some tactical opportunities to lock in recent gains."

Published quarterly, the Global Outlook surveys the prospects for economic growth, inflation, policy and asset class dynamics, highlighting risks and opportunities at global, regional and country levels. In addition to providing forecasts for GDP, CPI, exchange rates and policy rates for the world's leading economies, the Outlook fully integrates the firm's systematic Country Insights model, which allows clients to better compare strengths and vulnerabilities across countries.

"In the Outlook, we note that the growth of equity and real-estate bubbles, despite pledges of vigilance from central bankers, is a near-term positive," said David Nowakowski, Senior Director of Research. "But we also stress that these developments will complicate the process of monetary policy normalization and increase the odds of a harder landing for the global economy down the line."

Clients can access the latest Outlook here.

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Founded in 2004 by economist Nouriel Roubini, Roubini Global Economics is an independent, global macroeconomic research firm. The firm's research combines expert insights with systematic analysis to translate economic, market and policy signals into practical intelligence for a wide range of financial, corporate and policy professionals. This holistic approach uncovers opportunities and risks before they come to the attention of markets, helping clients arrive at better decisions in a timelier manner. Roubini Global Economics is headquartered in New York, with offices in London and Singapore.


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