CIBC World Markets, is interviewed in the Huffington Post today. From the article:
Jeff Rubin has a message for all the economists and central bankers
out there, waiting with bated breath for rock-bottom interest rates to
kick the world economy into high gear: it’s not going to happen, and the
sooner you realize that, the better.
As the straight-shooting former chief economist of CIBC World Markets argues in his new book, The End of Growth,
triple-digit oil prices are here to stay -- a reality that will make it
impossible for developed economies to return to the glory days of rapid
expansion built on cheap credit and affordable fuel.
But as Rubin sees it, that’s not all bad news. Though he predicts
permanently tepid growth will push Greece and Portugal into default, he
also says it will reverse globalization, stop climate change in its
tracks -- and put a limit on oil sands expansion.
Read the rest here.
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