Financial outlook for investors

Hyperinflation for the US?

Prechter's view now, 6/09
Saudis can pick up oil slack
Emerging markets outlook
Mulally: Autos at their bottom
Fed Bullard's economic outlook
China sanctions
Bear Precher turns bullish
China to outpace West
Roubini not optimistic


Hyper-Inflation for the US?
Fri. Jun. 19 2009

Why the United States has a good chance of hyperinflation, with Marc Faber, "The Gloom, Boom, & Doom Report" editor and CNBC's Erin Burnett.


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Prechter's view now
Robert Prechter

June 19, 2009

Saudis can pick up slack
Thurs. Jun. 18 2009

If something were to go wrong in Iran, Saudi Arabia is the cushion because it can ramp up production by about 1.5 to 2 million barrels a day, says Francisco Blanch, head of global commodities research at Bank of America Securities, Merrill Lynch. He speaks to CNBC's Sri Jegarajah about the geopolitics of oil.
> Dollar/commodities correlation
> China stockpiling commodities

Emerging markets view
Bloomberg, June 19, 2009

Scott Licamele, Red Start Asset Management


Mulally: Autos at bottom
Wed. Jun. 17 2009

Ford CEO Alan Mulally discusses the future of the auto industry and some of new technologies coming in Ford products, with CNBC's Phil Lebeau.

Fed's Bullard outlook
Mon. Jun. 15 2009

St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard discusses the economy with CNBC's Steve Liesman.


China Sanctions
Thurs. Jun. 11 2009

As BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto may reportedly face trade sanctions from China, Michael McCormick, asset manager at Leyland Private Asset Management tells CNBC's Oriel Morrision what this means for the deal.
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Bear Prechter turn bullish
Robert Prechter
Feb 25, 2009

China to outpace West
Mon. Jun. 22 2009

China could do better than 8% growth this year, says Kenneth Courtis, chairman of Next Capital Partners & also former vice chairman of Goldman Sachs. He explains his optimistic view with CNBC's Martin Soong & Amanda Drury.
Roubini not optimistic
Mon. Jun. 22 2009

The price of oil, which is rising too fast, and long-term interest rates that are beginning to creep up are likely to suppress a budding recovery, Nouriel Roubini, president of RGE Monitor, told CNBC Monday.