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Mohamed A. El-Erian
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Jul 07,2021
CAMBRIDGE — Economic-policy discussions in the eurozone, the United Kingdom, and the United States increasingly revolve around the question of when and how quickly central banks should pull back the uber-stimulus measures implemented last year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Apr 10,2021
CAMBRIDGE — An old joke about tricky trade-offs asks you to imagine your worst enemy driving over a cliff in your brand-new car.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Apr 04,2021
LAGUNA BEACH — President Joe Biden’s announcement that the US will have enough COVID-19 vaccines for every American by the end of May has contributed to a rising tide of optimism about the country’s economic prospects this year.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Mar 01,2021
LAGUNA BEACH  —  Recognising that “no one is safe until everyone is safe”, the G-7 recently announced additional steps to facilitate globally more “affordable and equitable access to vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics” to combat COVID-19.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Jan 27,2021
CAMBRIDGE — UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recent warning that the lifting of England’s current third lockdown will be no “great open Sesame”, despite the fall in infections and the encouraging progress of the country’s COVID-19 vaccination programme, should come as no surpris
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Dec 27,2020
LAGUNA BEACH — As excited as we all understandably are about the arrival of the first COVID-19 vaccines, the immediate road ahead remains treacherous.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Sep 19,2020
CHIPPING NORTON — The human tragedies and massive economic disruptions caused by COVID-19 have rightly commanded the attention of the public and policymakers for more than six months, and should continue to do so.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Aug 12,2020
LAGUNA BEACH — A near-10 per cent drop in the value of the US dollar since its March high has given rise to two distinct narratives.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - May 11,2020
LAGUNA BEACH — Having already been buffeted by two big shocks in the last ten years, the global economy’s highly interconnected wiring is suffering a third because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Feb 19,2020
LONDON — Firms and governments must increasingly internalise the possibility — indeed, I would argue, the overwhelming probability — of an acceleration of four secular developments that influence what business and political leaders do and how they do it.



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