Biography of the Author Mohamed A El-Erian

Mohamed A El-Erian

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  1. Expectations are low for US-China trade talks which are due to resume in Shanghai

    Commentary: Why this US-China trade war is harder to resolve

    When viewed in the broader context of the past decade, US-China trade tensions turn out to be a symptom rather than a cause of the world’s ...
  2. The US-China trade war has spooked markets worldwide and raised concerns about the global economy

    Commentary: This unusual US recovery is also its longest. How much more can it last?

    The current expansion began in mid-2009, following the 2008 Global Financial Crisis says famed economist Mohamed A El-Erian.
  3. After an initial rally fuelled by the China-US trade truce markets have resumed falling this week on

    Commentary: This low global growth is structural, not cyclical

    Technological innovations – particularly those related to artificial intelligence, big data, and mobility – have ushered in a more generalised ...
  4. Japan salarymen

    Commentary: The low-growth trap Japan is stuck in is spreading across the world

    We must recognise that the hurdles are a lot less technical, and a lot more political, says Mohamed A El-Erian
  5. Global stock markets have been roiled by the concerns over the consequences of the US-China trade

    Commentary: Growing scepticism over economists’ ability to predict the future

    We have witnessed a growing list of economic and financial phenomena that economists cannot readily explain, says Chief Economic Adviser at ...
  6. A snow-covered sign is seen in front of the congress centre, the venue of the World Economic Forum

    Commentary: Here's what an effective World Economic Forum looks like

    Here are three suggestions from Allianz's Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed A El-Erian to ensure more World Economic Forum participants get involved ...
  7. A EU flag is seen outside the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels

    Commentary: Don’t bank on Europe for growth in 2019

    European leaders seem unprepared to counter significant downward pressure on the EU’s growth potential beyond 2019, says Mohamed A El-Erian.