Mohamed El-Erian

Oct 21, 2019
A reversion is just another reminder of how traditional market signals have been distorted by unconventional central bank policies.

Oct 14, 2019
After Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell stressed last week that the bank’s plan to buy Treasury bills was in no way quantitative easing, and several of his colleagues followed his lead, economists and market participants began to debate what QE truly means.

Oct 7, 2019
More than anything else, last week's market gyrations illustrated the tug of war that has dominated U.S. stocks in recent months and confined them in a range despite significant developments in the underlying dynamics.

Sep 30, 2019
Given last week's news of grumbling among members of the European Central Bank's Governing Council and the resignation of a board member, it seems Mario Draghi's last month as president might be marred by internal policy divisions. This would be a sad misunderstanding.Sad...

Sep 11, 2019
Multilateralism is under attack. The IMF and World Bank need to look beyond Europe and the U.S. for leaders to help save it.

Sep 9, 2019
Everyone’s looking to the central banks for results that monetary policy can’t deliver.

Aug 21, 2019
It is often easier - though not necessarily easy - to talk about what policymakers should say rather than what they will say.

Aug 7, 2019
It’s an escalation of trade conflict, and that war is likely to get worse before detente.

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