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Tag Archives: Meredith Whitney

Campbell's Critique of Meredith Whitney's Municipal Default Claims

Meredith Whitney has resurfaced on the subject of U.S. Municipal defaults stating that a "tidal wave" of defaults in the municipal bond market is still building and will eventually hit the United States [although her views are at odds with those of] Moody's Investors Service [who only see] a small but growing number of defaults. [Here is a critique of her latest views.] Words: 385

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Roubini, Schiff, Rosenberg and Whitney Agree: Another Recession Is At Hand! Here's Why

Michael Spence, professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business and winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in economics, believes there's "probably a 50%" chance of the global economy slipping into recession. Nouriel Roubini disagrees and says flatly that a recession is coming and that it is a mission impossible now to stop it. The Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank places the odds at 85% of a recession. David Rosenberg, another very savvy economist, says that by 2012, the chance of a second recession is 99%. Peter Schiff, who with Roubini, correctly and accurately predicted the collapse on Wall Street and ensuing recession, thinks one is 100% certain. [Let's take a look at why they hold such views.] Words: 829

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