Nouriel Roubini is on CNBC right now, co-hosting Squawk Box, and we’ll update you as warranted with any notable quotes.
He hasn’t said anything about a double dip yet, but due to balance sheet constraints, he sees a slowdown in the US, Europe, Japan, and China. In other words: everywhere.
As for jobs, he believes the last two ugly months were not outliers, and show the real trend of the economy.
His frequent op-ed co-author Ian Bremmer is also on. He makes a good point about austerity in Europe, noting that a big contributor to the German preference for austerity is due to the fact that the opposite, stimulus, would be in large part a move to help out the Greeks.
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