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By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Aug 19,2023
CAMBRIDGE — The global economy this year is full of puzzling surprises.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Jun 01,2023
 CAMBRIDGE — One might think that predicting the US Federal Reserve’s next policy moves would become easier now that it has already hiked interest rates ten consecutive times, for a total of five percentage points.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - May 08,2023
CAMBRIDGE — Reacting to Silicon Valley Bank’s sudden collapse, André Esteves, a senior Brazilian banking executive, recently told Bloomberg that “SVB’s interest rate risk would’ve been obvious to any banking intern in Latin America”.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Mar 14,2023
CAMBRIDGE — For three decades, businesses and governments around the world operated under the assumption that economic and financial globalisation will continue apace.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Jan 02,2023
CAMBRIDGE — On the 40th anniversary of her accession to the throne, Queen Elizabeth II remarked that, “1992 is not a year on which I shall look back with undiluted pleasure. In the words of one of my more sympathetic correspondents, it has turned out to be an annus horribilis”.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Oct 04,2022
CAMBRIDGE  —  The United Kingdom has had a sobering ten days, with its economy, financial system and citizens’ well-being suddenly at risk.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Oct 01,2022
CAMBRIDGE  —  Financial markets’ reaction to the US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) latest policy move was reminiscent more of developing countries than of the world’s most powerful economy.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Sep 14,2022
 CAMBRIDGE  —  It has been seven months since Europe and the United States imposed tough economic and financial sanctions on Russia, a G-20 country that was the world’s eleventh-largest economy on the eve of its invasion of Ukraine.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - May 15,2022
CAMBRIDGE — Big shocks to the global economy, such as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, understandably capture the most attention. But a new worldwide pattern of “little fires everywhere” may be equally consequential for longer-term economic well-being.
By Mohamed A. El-Erian - Apr 26,2022
CAMBRIDGE — The International Monetary Fund’s revised World Economic Outlook (WEO) is sobering. It is rare for the organisation to revise down sharply its projections for economic growth just one quarter into the calendar year.



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