Why Political Gridlock Could Be Seriously Damaging To The Economy: Mohamed El-Erian

11/03/2010 11:16 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

With the two chambers of Congress split between Democrats and Republicans, the conventional wisdom likely to be repeated over the next few weeks is that political gridlock is good for the economy. While often true, that is not the case today.

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