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Robert Rubin, Genius of Capital Markets, Missed Both the Stock Bubble and the Housing Bubble

There aren't many people who still regard former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin with much respect. After all, his high dollar policy was what caused the U.S. trade deficit to explode, beginning in the late 1990s. It went from just over 1.0 percent of GDP in 1996 to almost 4.0 percent by the top President Clinton left office in 2000, and eventually peaked at almost 6.0 percent of GDP ($1.
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