Talking to Nouriel

By Felix Salmon
January 29, 2010
liveblog, or send a tweet with the #askroubini hashtag. It should be fun!

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I’ll be doing a live video interview with Nouriel Roubini here on Reuters.com in a couple of hours (6:20pm Davos time, 5:20pm GMT, 12:20pm ET), asking him questions from readers. So if you have anything you want me to ask him, leave a comment on this blog or on the liveblog, or send a tweet with the #askroubini hashtag. It should be fun!

Update: Here it is!

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7 comments so far

#askroubini What percentage of world GDP do the revenues of organized crime represent?

Posted by Uncle_Billy | Report as abusive

askroubini: Although Roubini called Bernanke the greatest creator of moral hazard in history, he called him the best man for the job of Fed chair. Since both of these statements cannot be true, please ask him to falsify one or the other.

Posted by maynardGkeynes | Report as abusive

#askroubini – How do you respond to critics who think that you are a one trick pony given your “prescient” bear market calls through one of the greatest bull runs ever?
For a graphic representation of 2009 vs. Roubini’s calls go: http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article147 51.html

Posted by jdanielwright | Report as abusive

What is your prediction for the peg of the Chinese currency, and for trade relations more generally between China and the USA?

What is your prediction for American unemployment?

What is your prediction for protectionism in the world in the next year or two?

Posted by nyet | Report as abusive

askroubini:

1) Are US banks zombies?
2) Is China bubbly?
3) When will inflation kick in?
4) At what level will house prices stabilize?

Posted by EmilianoZ | Report as abusive

Why didn’t your interview have any teeth? Where were the tough questions? And why didn’t you steer him back to the question when he veered off during “what is the best way to tax the banks?” He started a populist rant about bonuses instead of answering your question!
J. Daniel Wright
http://demandequilibrium.blogspot.com/

Posted by jdanielwright | Report as abusive

I think Felix is in love with the man, just look at how he smiles to him.

Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Posted by Developer | Report as abusive
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