With No Debt Growth, Is a Double-Dip Recession Looming? October 21, 2011
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James Bianco, president of Bianco Research, examines slowing U.S. debt growth to argue that a double-dip recession may be on the horizon. "What has been the big driver of economic growth over the last 25 years? It's been debt," argues Bianco.
The Big Picture Conference presents James Bianco: Crisis Correlations. This program was recorded on October 11, 2011.
Drawing upon the ideas and popular talent featured in his well-regarded blog, The Big Picture (www.ritholtz.com), Barry Ritholtz presents The Big Picture Conference, a one-day, on-demand event that offers sharp insight into the financial markets, the economy and the dangerous intersection between government and Wall Street.
James Bianco is President of Bianco Research, LLC, and Arbor Research & Trading, Inc, affiliate. He was National Vice President of the Market Techn+icans Association in 1996. His work is devoted primarily to the fixed income markets, emphasizing the money flow characteristics of primary dealers, mutual funds, hedge funds, futures traders, banks, and institutional investors. Prior to joining Arbor and Bianco Research, Jim spent five years in New York, as a market strategist in equity and fixed income research at UBS Securities and as an equity technical analyst with First Boston and Shearson Lehman Brothers.
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