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Oct 07

Charts of the Week – 07/10/22

A growing belief that central banks may soon "pivot" toward a more growth-friendly monetary policy strategy and away from fighting inflation has been a catalyst for a rally in risk assets in recent days. As our first three charts this week suggest, there is certainly some compelling evidence to support...

read more →
Oct 06

U.S. Initial Claims for Unemployment Insurance Move Up

  Initial filings stand at highest level in five weeks. Continued weeks claimed rise modestly. Insured unemployment rate edges higher. Initial claims for unemployment insurance rose to 219,000 (-35.6% y/y) in the week ended October 1 after falling to 190,000 during the prior week, revised from 193,000 reported earlier. The...

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Oct 05

ADP Employment Gain Is Moderate in September

  Recent months' gains weaken versus early-2022. Hiring at medium-sized company leads softening. Pay gains remain firm. Job growth remains on a slower, but steady path. Nonfarm private sector payrolls increased 208,000 (3.6% y/y) during September following a 185,000 August rise, revised from 132,000 reported last month. Growth during the...

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Oct 05

U.S. Mortgage Applications Plummet in the Latest Week

Total mortgage applications plunged 14.2% in the week of September 30. Applications for loans to purchase and to refinance both decreased. The average effective rates on fixed-rate loans rose to multi-year highs. Mortgage applications plunged 14.2% (-68.0% y/y) in the week ended September 30, after a decline of 3.7% w/w...

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Oct 04

U.S. Energy Prices Are Mixed

Gasoline prices rise. Crude oil prices continue to fall. Natural gas prices decline again. Retail gasoline prices increased last week to $3.78 per gallon (+18.6% y/y) from $3.71 during the week before. It was the second increase since the third week of September when the price hit a low of...

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Oct 04

U.S. Light Vehicle Sales Edge Higher During September

  • Light truck & auto sales both improve slightly. • Imports' share slips. • Sales remain constrained as parts shortages limit production. The Autodata Corporation reported that light vehicle sales during September rose 2.1% (10.4% y/y) to 13.67 million units (SAAR) from 13.39 million in August. Sales remained roughly...

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Oct 03

U.S. ISM Manufacturing Index Declines Sharply in September

Composite index falls to lowest level since recession's end. New orders & employment decline. Pricing power continues to weaken. Factory sector activity remains under pressure. The Composite Index of factory sector activity reported by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) fell during September to 50.9 from an unrevised 52.8 in...

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Sep 06
Aug 30

Energy, Energy, Energy

Energy is playing a critical role in the cost of living crisis that presently engulfs the world economy. Hardly a day goes by in the UK, for example, without a newspaper carrying headlines that concern spiralling fuel prices and how this is magnifying inflation tensions on the one hand and...

read more →
Jul 29

Webinar: Waiting For A Pivot

Our latest research webinar, ‘Waiting For A Pivot' is available for on-demand viewing. Join Haver Senior Economist, Andy Cates in this valuable webinar as he explores recent shifts in global economic matters and how they might affect central banks and financial markets. Here’s a snapshot into one of the key issues discussed in this...

read more →
Jul 14

The Overshooting Dollar and Its Implications

The strength of the US dollar and by extension the weakness of other major currencies in recent weeks has generated a great deal of comment. Heightened global risk aversion and an investor preference for the relative safety of US assets is one reason for the dollar’s ascent. But relative growth...

read more →
Jul 11

Upcoming Course Offerings: Machine Learning, R and Python

Haver Analytics, in collaboration with our partners Clear Future, is announcing upcoming online courses in Machine Learning, Python and R. Course dates for 2022: 💡Applied Time Series with Python: Sept 7th - Sept 19th 2022 (9:00 - 11:30 am EDT) 💡Applied Time Series with R: Oct 3rd  - Oct 14th...

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Oct 07

Charts of the Week – 07/10/22

A growing belief that central banks may soon "pivot" toward a more growth-friendly monetary policy strategy and away from fighting inflation has been a catalyst for a rally in risk assets in recent days. As our first three charts this week suggest, there is certainly some compelling evidence to support...

read more →
Oct 06

U.S. Initial Claims for Unemployment Insurance Move Up

  Initial filings stand at highest level in five weeks. Continued weeks claimed rise modestly. Insured unemployment rate edges higher. Initial claims for unemployment insurance rose to 219,000 (-35.6% y/y) in the week ended October 1 after falling to 190,000 during the prior week, revised from 193,000 reported earlier. The...

read more →
Oct 05

ADP Employment Gain Is Moderate in September

  Recent months' gains weaken versus early-2022. Hiring at medium-sized company leads softening. Pay gains remain firm. Job growth remains on a slower, but steady path. Nonfarm private sector payrolls increased 208,000 (3.6% y/y) during September following a 185,000 August rise, revised from 132,000 reported last month. Growth during the...

read more →
Oct 05

U.S. Mortgage Applications Plummet in the Latest Week

Total mortgage applications plunged 14.2% in the week of September 30. Applications for loans to purchase and to refinance both decreased. The average effective rates on fixed-rate loans rose to multi-year highs. Mortgage applications plunged 14.2% (-68.0% y/y) in the week ended September 30, after a decline of 3.7% w/w...

read more →
Oct 04

U.S. Energy Prices Are Mixed

Gasoline prices rise. Crude oil prices continue to fall. Natural gas prices decline again. Retail gasoline prices increased last week to $3.78 per gallon (+18.6% y/y) from $3.71 during the week before. It was the second increase since the third week of September when the price hit a low of...

read more →
Oct 04

U.S. Light Vehicle Sales Edge Higher During September

  • Light truck & auto sales both improve slightly. • Imports' share slips. • Sales remain constrained as parts shortages limit production. The Autodata Corporation reported that light vehicle sales during September rose 2.1% (10.4% y/y) to 13.67 million units (SAAR) from 13.39 million in August. Sales remained roughly...

read more →
Oct 03

U.S. ISM Manufacturing Index Declines Sharply in September

Composite index falls to lowest level since recession's end. New orders & employment decline. Pricing power continues to weaken. Factory sector activity remains under pressure. The Composite Index of factory sector activity reported by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) fell during September to 50.9 from an unrevised 52.8 in...

read more →
Oct 07

Charts of the Week – 07/10/22

A growing belief that central banks may soon "pivot" toward a more growth-friendly monetary policy strategy and away from fighting inflation has been a catalyst for a rally in risk assets in recent days. As our first three charts this week suggest, there is certainly some compelling evidence to support...

read more →
Sep 06
Aug 30

Energy, Energy, Energy

Energy is playing a critical role in the cost of living crisis that presently engulfs the world economy. Hardly a day goes by in the UK, for example, without a newspaper carrying headlines that concern spiralling fuel prices and how this is magnifying inflation tensions on the one hand and...

read more →
Jul 29

Webinar: Waiting For A Pivot

Our latest research webinar, ‘Waiting For A Pivot' is available for on-demand viewing. Join Haver Senior Economist, Andy Cates in this valuable webinar as he explores recent shifts in global economic matters and how they might affect central banks and financial markets. Here’s a snapshot into one of the key issues discussed in this...

read more →
Jul 14

The Overshooting Dollar and Its Implications

The strength of the US dollar and by extension the weakness of other major currencies in recent weeks has generated a great deal of comment. Heightened global risk aversion and an investor preference for the relative safety of US assets is one reason for the dollar’s ascent. But relative growth...

read more →
Jul 11

Upcoming Course Offerings: Machine Learning, R and Python

Haver Analytics, in collaboration with our partners Clear Future, is announcing upcoming online courses in Machine Learning, Python and R. Course dates for 2022: 💡Applied Time Series with Python: Sept 7th - Sept 19th 2022 (9:00 - 11:30 am EDT) 💡Applied Time Series with R: Oct 3rd  - Oct 14th...

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Training

Haver Analytics offers professional development courses for R, Python and Machine Learning. These programs focus on Big Data Analytics as well as traditional time series analysis and econometric modelling – aiding our clients in model building, variable testing, forecasting and more.  Participants improve by working through real-world applications and practice examples using global data. Small class sizes foster close collaboration with our Partners from Clear Future.

Custom training manuals, annotated scripts and notebooks are provided along with certificates of completion. No prior experience is required.  All courses progress from introductory boot camp through advanced modelling topics in economics, finance and machine learning.  All courses are digital and take place over a two-week period, in six sessions, which are 2.5 hours in duration. The sessions follow a Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule and accommodate multiple time zones.

Upcoming courses in 2022:

  • Applied Time Series with Python: September 7 – 19th 2022 (9:00 – 11:30 am Eastern Standard Time)
  • Applied Time Series with R: October 3 – 14th 2022 (9:00 – 11:30 am Eastern Standard Time)
  • Applied Time Series with Python: November 28 – December 9th 2022 (9:00 – 11:30 am Eastern Standard Time)

Click here to learn more about upcoming courses.

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