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What next for the credit crunch?

Evan Davis
The Credit Crunch Mess - What Next?
Monday, 15 September at 2002 BST
On Radio 4 and Online

In The Credit Crunch Mess - What Next? Evan Davis hosted a live debate on Monday 15 September 2008 at 2000 BST.

Monday was the most momentous day on Wall Street since the 1930s.

America said no to another bailout and farewell to two venerable institutions, Lehman and Merrill Lynch.

So what is next for the global economy?

From the 22nd floor of the newest of the City of London skyscrapers, The Willis Building, Evan Davis was joined by:

Robert Peston, BBC business editor

Gillian Tett, assistant editor, Financial Times

Nouriel Roubini, professor of economics and international business, Stern School of Business, New York University

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Avinash Persaud, chairman, Intelligence Capital

George Magnus, senior economic advisor, UBS

Dr Linda Yueh, economist, Oxford University

Diana Choyleva, director, Lombard Street Research

Andrew Moss, chief executive officer, Aviva

Martin Weale, director, National Institute of Economic and Social Research

Dr Benjamin R. Barber, author, Consumed

Bridget Rosewell, founder, Volterra

Jon Moulton, founder, Alchemy partners

David Shairp, chief global strategist, JP Morgan Asset Management

Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist, Standard and Poors


Producer: Sue Davies

Researcher: Michael Wendling


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