By Ivan Ryngelblum
In an increasingly uncertain world, with growing concern about stagflation and geopolitical tensions, economist Nouriel Roubini shows optimism about the prospects for Brazil, which may benefit from the prospect of a commodities supercycle beginning to form.
Known for his pessimistic predictions regarding the economy, to the point of earning the nickname "Dr. Doom," Roubini said that the situation the world is about to experience, with the combination of rising inflation, energy transition, and fighting global warming, is generating a favorable environment for commodities for the next ten years.
"For Brazil, there are significant opportunities because we are . . .
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