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The Man Who Predicted The Meltdown

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The Man Who Predicted The Meltdown

Economy

The Man Who Predicted The Meltdown

The Man Who Predicted The Meltdown

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When economist Nouriel Roubini predicted a complete Wall Street meltdown in 2006, the financial community scoffed. Fast forward two years, Roubini is now offering advice on how to get out of the mess he saw coming. Alex Chadwick talks to Roubini, who is a professor of economics at New York University's Stern School of Business, about how he thinks Wall Street can pull itself up.

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