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  • Trump administration reportedly considering Mohamed El-Erian for Fed Vice Chair

    Chief economic advisor for Allianz on White House’s list to replace Stanley Fischer
    Last month, Mohamed El-Erian told the crowd at the Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Convention in Denver that it didn’t matter who President Donald Trump chose as the next chair and vice chair of the Federal Reserve, because the path for the central bank’s future was already laid out. As it turns out, it could be El-Erian himself taking over for the departed Stanley Fischer as the next Fed vice chair.
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  • El-Erian: This is how to unleash a ton of capital into the markets

    Allianz economist warns of instability, what's needed to survive
    The result of the fluidity in all these areas is that "the system starts to crumble slowly," Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian said to a standing-room-only crowd at the ABS Vegas conference Monday. "The financial, economic, political — all these are overstretched." And this is why.
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  • The value in today’s bond market

    In a recent interview, Mohamed El-Erian, CEO and co-chief investment officer for Pimco, said America is at a place it's never been, with central banks experimenting in unprecedented ways. In light of this, El-Erian provided advice on how to move forward.
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  • The Debt Bubble: if it Happened to Them, it Can Happen to U.S.

    Yesterday Standard & Poor's announced its sovereign rating of Greece would be maintained for the moment at triple-B. The birthplace of democracy recently navigated a hotbed of solvency issues, including downgrades to its sovereign rating, as Greece became the poster child for 'how not to run your country's finances.' In parallel, the day before, Moody's Investors Service said the United States risks losing its beloved triple-A credit rating if it doesn't better manage its piles of debt. But more on that later, let's start with what's up with Greece:
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