Tag Archives: liquidity

The Liquidity Time Bomb by Prof. Nouriel Roubini

The following is an excerpt from Project Syndicate: A paradox has emerged in the financial markets of the advanced economies since the 2008 global financial crisis. Unconventional monetary policies have created a massive overhang of liquidity. But a series of … Continue reading

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Nobel Laureate and Professor Robert Engle on VaR, Systemic Risk, and Liquidity

The following is and excerpt from an interview with Professor Robert Engle and the CFA Institute: “I sat down with Nobel laureate Robert Engle in Tokyo last month to discuss an amazingly wide range of applications that he and industry … Continue reading

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Prof. Viral Acharya Op-Ed: The missing bears of emerging markets

The following is a LiveMint op-ed written by Viral Acharya: The rupee continues to weaken against currencies such as the dollar. Some might refer to it as a free fall. While regulators and the government are designing moves intended to … Continue reading

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Prof. Ed Altman on Corporate Debt: WSJ “Debt Makes a Comeback”

NYU Stern Professor and inventor of the Z-Score tool Ed Altman was quoted in the Wall Street Journal this week regarding the health of corporations. The following is an excerpt from the WSJ article “Financial Crisis Anniversary: For Corporations and … Continue reading

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Trouble in Emerging-Market Paradise

The following is a post written by Nouriel Roubini on Project Syndicate:  During the last few years, a lot of hype has been heaped on the BRICS (Brazil, Russ ia, India, China, and South Africa). With their large populations and … Continue reading

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