I am in need of a quick summary of every major economist, CNBC talking head or organization’s position on the current prospects for recovery for the second half of 2009 and beyond. If you are aware of these, please throw them in here.
I’ve already got Krugman, Roubini, Schiff, Bernanke, Kudlow, Cramer, Shedlock, the Fed, the IMF, and the Blue Chip Consensus, but if you think anyone else is worth mentioning, please throw them in here with a link to the relevant statement. I’m dividing forecasts into four categories:
1. It’s all good now in the second half. (Bernanke, Kudlow, Cramer, Blue Chip)
2. U-shaped jobless recovery/W-shaped double dip (Krugman, Roubini, Calculated Risk)
3. Deflationists (Prechter, Shedlock)
4. Inflationists (Schiff)