Biography of the Author Mohamed A El-Erian

Mohamed A El-Erian

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  1. The long-running trade war between China and the US has seen them swap tariffs on goods worth

    Commentary: Globalisation is facing a third strike-and-out scenario

    The world faces a gradual but prolonged delinking of trade and investment, which would add to the secular headwinds already facing the global ...
  2. A woman wearing a protective face mask walks in front of the Bank of England

    Commentary: COVID-19 and the rise of the pandemic economy

    Analysts in advanced economies are reckoning with a phenomenon familiar to fragile or failed states – a total economic standstill and the ...
  3. Asian markets

    Commentary: A combination of four big disruptive trends await political and business leaders

    The world is in a period of accelerating change, as seen in the growing list of developments that have gone from impossible to inevitable, says an ...
  4. The virus is starting to have an impact on economies around the world

    Commentary: Novel coronavirus reveals old vulnerabilities in the global economy

    The novel coronavirus has the potential to become a big enough shock that reveals the weaknesses of central banks and sluggish global growth, says ...
  5. U.S. President Trump hosts U.S.-China trade signing ceremony at the White House in Washington

    Commentary: Don't be surprised Trump's aggressive unilateralism sometimes works

    Donald Trump has demonstrated a willingness to surprise by unilaterally leveraging US strength in the pursuit of long-term outcomes, despite ...
  6. The long-running trade war between Washington and Beijing has weighed on the global economy and

    Commentary: Time is ticking on the global economy

    The politics needed to improve the medium-term outlook is missing, says Mohamed A. El-Erian.
  7. 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 ...
  8. 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.
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    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 ...
  10. 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