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Jeff Rubin: The End of Growth

growth.jpgMany of the world's economies are stagnant or worse. According to Jeff Rubin, former chief economist for CIBC World Markets, it's all linked to the lack of cheap oil which is bringing about the end of the world as we've known it. His latest book, "The End of Growth," may sound ominous, but he speculates that we could end up with a more sustainable and healthier economy. 

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