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Stephen Roach

Top Quotes & Sayings by Stephen Roach Show picture quotes only Stephen Roach “Never in modern history has the world's leading economic power tried to do so much with so little. Now Washington is upping the ante as it opens the fiscal spigot to cope with post-Katrina reconstruction at the same time it is funding the ongoing war in Iraq. Could this be a tipping point for America's shoestring economy?” Stephen Roach #History #Leading #Power #Washington Stephen Roach “Never in modern history has the world's leading economic power tried to do so much with so little. Now Washington is upping the ante as it opens the fiscal spigot to cope with post-Katrina reconstruction at the same time it is funding the ongoing war in Iraq. Could this be a tipping point for America's shoestring economy?” Stephen Roach #History #Leading #Power #Washington Stephen Roach “There is good reason to believe that a sharp weakening in the value of the U.S. currency is essential to the global rebalancing that must begin to take place if the world's current account imbalances are to be corrected,” Stephen Roach #Reason #Value Stephen Roach “In my view, the perils of another burst asset bubble far outweigh the costs of another recession,” Stephen Roach #Asset #Bubble #Burst #Costs #Far #Outweigh #Perils #Recession #View Stephen Roach “Why should the victim who has never received a dime sit back while the civil rights violator gets his job and back pay?” Stephen Roach #Civil rights #Rights Stephen Roach “An extraordinary deflationary shock in tradable goods has coincided with outsize disinflation in services, resulting in the most deflation-prone business cycle of the modern post-World War II era,” Stephen Roach #Deflation #Extraordinary #Goods #Prone #Resulting #Services #Shock Stephen Roach “An extraordinary deflationary shock in tradable goods has coincided with outsize disinflation in services, resulting in the most deflation-prone business cycle of the modern post-World War II era,” Stephen Roach #Deflation #Extraordinary #Goods #Prone #Resulting #Services #Shock Stephen Roach “There's a little bit of a sign of rust but no sign of bust in the U.S. property market. The weakest link of the global economy in 2006 is the U.S. consumer.” Stephen Roach #Bit #Bust #Market #No #Property #Rust #Sign Stephen Roach “The case for a classic U.S. current account adjustment grows more compelling. This could lead to renewed weakening of the dollar and higher long- term real interest rates.” Stephen Roach #Account #Adjustment #Case #Classic #Compelling #Current #Grows #Lead #Renewed #Weakening Stephen Roach “Over the 2004-05 interval, looming bond market perils appear to pose the most serious challenges for [leveraged] consumers and property markets -- possibly even resulting in a new deflation scare,” Stephen Roach #Appear #Bond #Challenges #Consumers #Interval #Leveraged #Looming #Market #Perils #Pose #Serious Stephen Roach “Over the 2004-05 interval, looming bond market perils appear to pose the most serious challenges for [leveraged] consumers and property markets -- possibly even resulting in a new deflation scare.” Stephen Roach #Appear #Bond #Challenges #Consumers #Interval #Leveraged #Looming #Market #Perils #Pose #Serious Stephen Roach “The United States has long drawn comfort from the quality differential of its educational system. However, in the Internet Age with its ubiquitous diffusion of knowledge, innovation, and technological change, that may turn out to be an increasingly false sense of security.” Stephen Roach #Age #Comfort #Internet #Quality #United states Stephen Roach “To the extent that hiring in high-wage, developed economies continues to lag, the sustainability of any impetus to private consumption can be drawn into serious question.” Stephen Roach #Continues #Developed #Economies #Extent #High #Hiring #Impetus #Lag #Private #Wage Stephen Roach “It's important to stay focused on the interplay between the consumer and the overextended housing market and sharp increases in energy prices, ... That will be key as to whether or not the US economy will sustain itself in 2006.” Stephen Roach #Consumer #Focused #Housing #Increases #Interplay #Market #Sharp #Stay Stephen Roach “It's important to stay focused on the interplay between the consumer and the overextended housing market and sharp increases in energy prices. That will be key as to whether or not the U.S. economy will sustain itself in 2006.” Stephen Roach #Consumer #Focused #Housing #Increases #Interplay #Market #Sharp #Stay Stephen Roach “It's important to stay focused on the interplay between the consumer and the overextended housing market and sharp increases in energy prices. That will be key as to whether or not the US economy will sustain itself in 2006.” Stephen Roach #Consumer #Focused #Housing #Increases #Interplay #Market #Sharp #Stay Stephen Roach “The vulnerability of the over-extended Americ

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“There is good reason to believe that a sharp weakening in the value of the U.S. currency is essen ...

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“In my view, the perils of another burst asset bubble far outweigh the costs of another recession, ...

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“Why should the victim who has never received a dime sit back while the civil rights violator gets ...

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“An extraordinary deflationary shock in tradable goods has coincided with outsize disinflation in ...

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“There's a little bit of a sign of rust but no sign of bust in the U.S. property market. The weake ...

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“The case for a classic U.S. current account adjustment grows more compelling. This could lead to ...

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“Over the 2004-05 interval, looming bond market perils appear to pose the most serious challenges ...

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“Over the 2004-05 interval, looming bond market perils appear to pose the most serious challenges ...

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“The United States has long drawn comfort from the quality differential of its educational system. ...

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“To the extent that hiring in high-wage, developed economies continues to lag, the sustainability ...

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“It's important to stay focused on the interplay between the consumer and the overextended housing ...

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“It's important to stay focused on the interplay between the consumer and the overextended housing ...

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“It's important to stay focused on the interplay between the consumer and the overextended housing ...

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“The vulnerability of the over-extended American consumer can hardly be taken lightly. That could ...

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