Jim O'Neill, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, has been a long time bull on the U.S. economy.
He recently told Bloomberg television that he thought it was the most important growth driver in the world.
In his 11 Predictions for 2012, he was banking on the possibility that economic data would continue to surprise. That call had been true for a while, but then things turned in recent weeks.
In a new interview with Barron's Leslie Norton, Jim O'Neill discusses the European debt crisis, China, the Federal Reserve and the prospect of QE3, and equity valuations. O'Neill, the Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, is t... Read Post
Brazil recently became the sixth biggest economy in the world but in the second half of last year GDP growth plummeted. Now, in his latest note Jim O'Neill, chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management who coined the term BRIC, says h... Read Post
Goldman Sachs names its chief economist Jim O'Neill Chairman of the firm's Asset Management division. Read more >>> Join the conversation about this story » Goldman Sachs - Jim O'Neill - Investment management - Business and Economy ... Read Post