Items Tagged with 'David Rosenberg'

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  • Rosenberg sees Canadian cure to American ills

    If America's debt crisis is spreading like a lethal cancer, then the nation only has to look as far as Canada for a possible cure, says David Rosenberg, a chief economist with wealth management firm Gluskin Sheff + Associates. Rosenberg argues in a new article that Canada in the early 1990s faced a debt crisis similar to America's current economic woes.
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  • Rosenberg: Housing's double dip is here

    We like Gluskin-Sheff economist David Rosenberg -- because what he says not only makes sense, but is rooted in an understanding of real market dynamics. This morning, Rosenberg came out firing on housing, echoing much of the commentary we've been publishing here at HW since March of this year. Here's what we had to say:?
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  • What a Modern Depression Looks Like

    About one month ago, I mused that there would be no double-dip recession, since we really never ended the first one – a viewpoint that placed me squarely in the minority at the time, and generated more than a few reader emails. Not so much anymore.
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  • Rosenberg: Bond Yields Headed to 'Stupid-Low' Levels

    Gluskin-Sheff economist David Rosenberg isn't known for mincing his words, and today he spent a fair amount of time looking at Fed policy options in the near-term. His conclusion? The Fed is out of bullets on the funds rate, and all it really has left is the ability to influence the long end of the yield curve:
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  • Forget the Double Dip; Where’s the Recovery?

    I’m in Washington, DC today, preparing to host a discussion later this week with economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office, a commissioner on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission and current president of the American Action Forum. Should be a lively Q&A, to say the least. (Many thanks to the American Legal & Financial Network for asking me to participate at their annual gathering here, as well.)
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  • Negative GDP Growth in Q3? Really?

    Last week at REO Expo 2010—a conference led by HousingWire's sister publication REO Insider—I had the great pleasure of not only listening to Beacon Economics’ Christopher Thornberg, but also being able to speak with him off the record both before and after his keynote address. By the way, for those of you who missed his talk, you can access the slides here.
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  • No Easy Fix for Mortgages or Housing, Say Analysts

    Despite some inane press reports by various sources suggesting the the Treasury's move to place both Fannie Mae [stock FNM][/stock] and Freddie Mac [stock FRE][/stock] into conservatorship had somehow shortened the timeline for housing's recovery, most analysts suggested Monday that the bailout's true effect on homeowners and mortgage markets won't be known for some time.
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