Mohamed El-Erian On Our Uncertain Economic Future

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

We talk to big economist Mohamed El-Erian about the US economy, the global economy and where we may be headed.


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Jessie Henshaw from Uptown Manhattan

Wish you'd talk to people with suppressed research that points a clear direct way to respond, profitably, to your observation that consumption stimulus won't be the "elixir" it was before.

Since 2003 we seen resource costs rise rapidly every time the economy heats up is one of the true indicators of the effect of that.

I'm a systems scientist with fundamentally fresh and solid findings, on how to take care of the world we built rather than keep building things we can't take care of, just because building ever faster was our long habit while we could.

Aug. 12 2014 08:52 PM

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