The Latest Photos And Prophesies From NOURIEL ROUBINI'S WORLD TOUR

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Photo: From Nouriel Roubini’s yfrog page

Legendary economist Nouriel Roubini gets paid to travel around the world prophesying doom.Seriously the number of speeches the NYU professor gives is incredible. It’s easy to follow Roubini’s adventures on twitter, because he posts a mobile phone picture from every hotel he stays in.

We’ve collected the latest photos and headlines from Doctor Doom’s travels.

Source: WSJ

Source: Bloomberg

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JUNE 2011: In Singapore, Roubini speaks of a 'perfect storm' of problems in China, Europe, Japan and the U.S. that could combine to curb growth from 2013

Source: Bloomberg

MAY 2011: In Budapest, Roubini says Greece would be forced to restructure its debt but that it would happen in an orderly manner and that it made little sense to throw good money after bad money.

Source: Morningstar

APRIL 2011: In Cernobbio, Roubini says adding the losses of the Irish banking system and to the government's balance sheet makes no sense

Source: Bloomberg

MARCH 2011: In Jeddah, Roubini says The Gulf is a young region but lacks youth with technical experience. He adds that the development of the private sector is crucial to the economy.

Source: Saudi Gazette

March 2011: In Cannes, Roubini says real estate companies need to look at opportunities in emerging eastern markets as well as in Latin America and the Middle East.

Source: PRNewswire

MARCH 2011: In Dubai, Roubini says if oil prices were to reach 2008 highs, some advanced economies would have a double dip recession.

Source: Khaleej Times

MARCH 2011: In Paris, Roubini says in the absence of growth, and with increased saving, and less spending likely to cause a double dip, leaders would have to consider debt restructuring.

FEBRUARY 2011: In Arizona, Roubini warns of the fiscal problems of local and state governments across America

Source: Forbes

FEBRUARY 2011: In Moscow, Roubini says, emerging markets that have emphasised growth over fighting inflation are at risk of overheating.

Source: Bloomberg

JANUARY 2011: In Milan, Roubini says normally he would just talk economics but in Italy, the government has become a huge distraction and the country faces a prostitution of the state.

Source: Irish Times

JANUARY 2011: In Davos, Roubini speaks of four big risks, the crisis spreading to Spain, Greek insolvency, the public sector acquiring bank debt in countries like Ireland and the inability of 'crisis countries to grow their way out of trouble'.

Source: The Guardian

JANUARY 2011: In New York, Roubini says bond vigilantes haven't woken up the way they have in the euro zone

Source: Bloomberg

DECEMBER 2010: In Paris, Roubini says France could become a victim of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis

Source: Forex Live

DECEMBER 2010: In London Roubini says the UK is still vulnerable to a double dip recession

Source: The Star

DECEMBER 2010: In Greece, Roubini says Spain is 'too big to fail but also too big to be bailed out'.

Source: Businessweek

DECEMBER 2010: In New Delhi, Roubini warns about inflation but says India will outpace China

DECEMBER 2010: In Taipei, Roubini says China can't be the only engine of global growth, advanced economies need robust growth too

NOVEMBER 2010: In Prague, Roubini says Portugal will take an international bailout and Spain may be next.

Source: Reuters

NOVEMBER 2010: In Boston, Roubini says his outlook on the U.S. is negative and he warns of another housing collapse

Source: Globe And Mail

NOVEMBER 2010: In Copenhagen, Roubini says fund managers should consider African markets like Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and Tanzania instead of chasing crowded emerging markets.

Source: Reuters

NOVEMBER 2010: In Frankfurt, Roubini says, growth in all advanced economies, with the possible exception of Germany, would slow

OCTOBER 2010: In Istanbul, Roubini says Turkey could play a massive role in the global economy if financial reforms continue

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