The Elliott Management is feeling extra grumpy about things, and not just because thousands of Africans are dying.
“The incompetent global response to the Ebola epidemic may be a precursor to a severe economic slump,” Mr. Singer writes in his most recent investor letter, viewed by MoneyBeat. “The impact of Ebola on the global economy and financial markets is extremely hard to predict, with the possibilities ranging from mildly disruptive and growth suppressive on one hand to catastrophic on the other.”
Elliott’s Singer on the ‘Incompetent Global Response’ to Ebola [WSJ MoneyBeat blog]
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