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NYT features Ruchir Sharma's regular "bubble going to burst" column

"Central banks need to take the menace of asset price inflation more seriously and to give the threat of stock, bond and especially housing bubbles more weight in their policy deliberations," writes the investor Ruchir Sharma

"The least affordable U.S. city is New York, where median home prices (despite falling during the pandemic) are still more than 10 times the median annual income," writes the investor Ruchir Sharma

"Housing prices started rising before the pandemic arrived. They are rising on average in U.S. cities as well as in rural and suburban areas. They are increasing not just in the United States but also worldwide," writes the investor Ruchir Sharma

"Housing prices started rising before the pandemic arrived. They are rising on average in U.S. cities as well as in rural and suburban areas. They are increasing not just in the United States but also worldwide," writes the investor Ruchir Sharma

“The market tends to lose momentum when incumbents hang on to power and gain momentum when they lose — regardless of party affiliation,” says Ruchir Sharma, Chief Global Strategist and Head of Emerging Markets at Investment Management. Read more:

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The next ‘Asian miracle’ Vietnam is exporting its way to prosperity, while leaving no one behind at home Read today's op-ed by Ruchir Sharma 👉

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"Containing the pandemic allowed Vietnam to quickly reopen businesses," writes Ruchir Sharma. "It is now expected to be the world’s fastest growing economy this year."

"Over the last five years, no large country has increased its share of global exports more than Vietnam has," writes Ruchir Sharma

"While many nations are suffering enormous economic contractions and running to the International Monetary Fund for financial rescues," Ruchir Sharma writes, "Vietnam is growing at a 3 percent annual pace"

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As countries struggle through Covid-19's economic destruction, @MorganStanley 's Ruchir Sharma predicts Germany will emerge as the global winner (and rates a few others). From today's GPS:

Ruchir Sharma says it is doubtful if India can grow its GDP at more than 5% pa. Modi will need a new formula for calculating GDP to make India a $5 trillion economy.

In Opinion Ruchir Sharma writes, "The strengths Germany is showing make it the large economy most likely to thrive in the post-pandemic world"

In Opinion "Some estimates suggest that India’s economy could contract by nearly 6% this year, making this the worst downturn in the country’s post-independence history," Ruchir Sharma writes

Ruchir Sharma: East Asian model is misunderstood, they spent very little on welfare & lot more on Biz/investments. ‘No reason why 70% of “aggarbatis” used in India should be produced overseas. Let businesses operate more freely& not see biz people as 'crooks' #RestartingIndia 

In Opinion Ruchir Sharma writes, "Though many rich economies have ground to a halt under strict lockdowns to contain the coronavirus, many low- and middle-income countries have decided they can’t afford an all-out fight"

#EXCLUSIVE - Situation similar to Great Depression if #Covid19  pandemic not controlled on time, Ruchir Sharma tells @sardesairajdeep  Watch full show:

Indian electoral coverage can be full of uninformed opinion. Was good to have Ruchir Sharma,a man of many accomplishments, on my show. As an investor, strategist and political commentator, his take on the election results was refreshing. Let’s restore reason over rhetoric on TV!

Watch live: @PrannoyRoyNDTV  and Ruchir Sharma on the Top 10 Trends of the 2020s to watch out for. #NDTVExclusive  More on and NDTV 24x7

In Opinion Ruchir Sharma writes, "A pragmatic country can have a business-friendly environment alongside social equality, if it gets the balance right. The Swiss have become the world’s richest nation by getting it right."

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