Nouriel Roubini

Initial Coin Scams

NEW YORK – Initial coin offerings have become the most common way to finance cryptocurrency ventures, of which there are now nearly 1,600 and rising. …


Bitcoin price falls below $7,000, nears 3-week low

Bitcoin prices traded firmly lower Monday, after the digital currency over the weekend retreated below $7,000.<p>A single bitcoin BTCUSD, -1.73% last …


OMNIVORE: Fracturing our politics

The old Democratic Party refuses to see that we live in a time of emergency

Bernie Sanders

The Three Horsemen Of The Bitcoin Apocalypse

<b>There’s never a day that passes without some otherwise intelligent economist making radical claims about bitcoin</b>. It’s all been said before. “It has …

International Monetary Fund

Roubini Says Trade War Escalation Is a ‘Negative Sum Game’ – Bloomberg

Roubini Says Trade War Escalation Is a ‘Negative Sum Game’<p>Roubini Says Trade War Escalation Is a ‘Negative Sum Game’<p>Roubini Says Trade War Escalation …


Nouriel Roubini: Trade war will only make fragile economic conditions worse

U.S. tariffs on imported goods from China and other parts of the world — and President Donald Trump's generally antagonistic stance with trade …


‘Dr. Doom’ calls out crypto bull; major coins rally on SEC news

As crypto traders watched their portfolios deteriorate Wednesday, Turkish-born American economist Nouriel Roubini took to social media to reiterate …


The Middle East Meltdown and Global Risk

NEW YORK – Among today’s geopolitical risks, none is greater than the long arc of instability stretching from the Maghreb to the Afghanistan-Pakistan …

Middle East

The Blockchain Pipe Dream | by Nouriel Roubini & Preston Byrne

NEW YORK – Predictions that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will fail typically elicit a broader defense of the underlying blockchain technology. …


Globalization’s Political Fault Lines

NEW YORK – The United Kingdom’s narrow vote to leave the European Union had specific British causes. And yet it is also the proverbial canary in the …


Nouriel Roubini sees 'very little reason to think' Italy’s recent political crisis is a one-off event — and investors are watching closely

Italy's latest bout of financial turmoil, caused by a political shift toward anti-euro forces within the country in recent elections, is unlikely to go away any time soon, according to New York University's Nouriel Roubini.<p>The political winds have caused turbulence in financial markets, sending …