Oil and The Death of Globalization

Economist Jeff Rubin says triple digit oil prices are inevitable, that they will mean the end of globalization and affect large swings in the world economy.(Jeff Rubin, Digital Communication Award, Piedmont)

Canadian Economist Jeff Rubin is known for his prescient calls in the oil markets over the past few decades.  His most recent book, Why Your World is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller, explains why continuously rising oil prices will mean the end of globalization. 

We caught up with Rubin at the Global Wealth Management seminar in Copenhagen to talk about how rising oil prices will affect everything from home loans to the price of Salmon.
   

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Oil and The Death of Globalization

October 25, 2010 08:00 AM

Canadian Economist Jeff Rubin is known for his prescient calls in the oil markets over the past few decades.  His most recent book, Why Your World is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller, explains why continuously rising oil prices will mean the end of globalization. 

We caught up with Rubin at the Global Wealth Management seminar in Copenhagen to talk about how rising oil prices will affect everything from home loans to the price of Salmon.
   

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