Press Release

Bloomberg Tradebook clients have direct access to independent research

NEW YORK — Roubini Global Economics (RGE), the market strategy and economic research firm, founded by economist Nouriel Roubini, announced today that its daily output of in-depth economic analysis and strategy views is available on the Bloomberg Professional service.

“This is just another example of our ambition to ensure the output of the 40 strategists, economists and analysts who work with me are available across multiple platforms,” said Mr. Roubini, RGE’s chairman. “On a cell phone, on the Bloomberg Professional service and via Bloomberg Anywhere, our clients can access our horizontal view of world markets and the global economy.”

Bloomberg Tradebook’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President, Raymond M. Tierney III, said, “Roubini Global Economics is a strong addition to our research offering. Our clients value independent and niche perspectives that expand their existing research content. We believe that Roubini Global Economics will provide actionable ideas.”

Previously only available on, the Bloomberg Professional service now carries RGE’s Economic Research, with links to tables and charts, and RGE Market Strategy analysis and reports, with asset class investment recommendations and commentary. Bloomberg Tradebook can allocate part of their trading commission spend to get time with Roubini analysts. To learn more about RGE Economic Research or Market Strategy via your Bloomberg, contact:

Roubini Global Economics Roubini Global Economics (RGE) is the independent, global economic and market strategy research firm built by renowned economist, Nouriel Roubini.  RGE provides a view into the dynamics and developments within the global economy – showing how those changes can impact investment decision making. Founded in 2004, RGE has offices in New York and London, and its clients include leading asset managers, commercial and investment bank, central banks and government, and academic institutions.

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