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Dr Mohamed El-Erian, Global Economist and President of Queen’s College Webinar

Dr Mohamed El-Erian, Global Economist and President of Queen’s College, the University of Cambridge will present his insights on the outlook of the global economy and hot topics that affect traders, on 14 December at 5pm Gulf Time / 1pm GST time.

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He will cover topics such as:

  • 2021 expectation on the global economy: how long is it going to take for the global economy to get back to normal?
  • How Covid-19 is impacting economic growth and what is next for the markets?
  • Why is there such a disconnect between the stock market right now and what is going on with the economy at the street level? Why Wall Street is disconnected from the main street?
  • Brexit: The UK’s negotiations with the EU have dragged on through multiple déjà vu moments, who do you think will suffer more from this divorce? How will both their economies fare in the coming year?
  • With the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine announcement, and others to follow, crude oil is pushing beyond the $45 per barrel as the outlook for demand next year has joined forces with expectations that OPEC will not raise its production levels after all. Can the energy market return to its previous status?
  • Many analysts believe that the long term outlook for gold is very bullish due to the combination of helicopter money policies and soaring government spending, but lately, the yellow metal has been trapped in a sideways range for three months. has gold lost its shine?

About Mohamed El-Erian

Mohamed A El-Erian is the President of Queens’ College, the University of Cambridge. Since 2014, he has served as Chief Economic Advisor to Allianz, the corporate parent of PIMCO where he formerly served as Chief Executive and Co-chief Investment Officer. He is Chair of Gramercy Fund Management, a columnist for Bloomberg View, and a contributing editor at the Financial Times. He serves on two corporate boards and several advisory committees and non-profit boards. His 2008 best-seller, ‘When Markets Collide’, won the Financial Times/Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award and was named a book of the year by The Economist. His latest work, ‘The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability and Avoiding the Next Collapse’, was published last year and is a New York Times bestseller. From 2012 to 2014, he headed President Obama’s Global Development Council.

 

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