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Oct 27

U.S. Goods Trade Deficit Increases in September

Exports decline sharply. Imports again rise modestly. The advance estimate of the U.S. international trade deficit in goods deepened to $96.25 billion in September from $88.16 billion in August. The Action Economics Forecast Survey expected a deficit of $88.4 billion. Exports fell 4.7% during September (+16.8% y/y) after August's 0.8%...

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Oct 27

U.S. Durable Goods Orders Retreat in September

Shipments and inventories of nondurable goods now included in advance report. Transportation orders down, reversing August increase. Order backlogs continue to grow. Manufacturers' new orders for durable goods fell 0.4% in September (+15.3% y/y) following an increase of 1.3% in August, revised from 1.8% reported a month ago. The Action...

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Oct 21
Oct 21
Oct 20

U.S. Mortgage Applications Decline as Interest Rates Rise

Purchases & refinancings fall. Interest rates rise to four-month high. Average loan size declines. The Mortgage Bankers Association's Loan Applications Index declined 6.3% (-19.0% y/y) in the week ended October 15, following a 0.2% gain in the prior week. Mortgage applications for purchase fell 4.9% last week (-12.6% y/y) following...

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Oct 19

Webinar: 4 Key Questions for Q4

Covid-19: global cases, vaccinations, positivity rates. Supply side congestion. Manufacturing delivery times and prices. US consumer confidence and price sensitivity. Inflation and Central Banks. Emerging market challenges: inflation and fiscal policy. PMI data and declining EM growth. China building starts and credit impulse. Current account balance vs. credit to GDP...

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Sep 23

Fall Econometric Courses: R and Python

Haver Analytics, in collaboration with our partners at Clear Future, is announcing upcoming remote course offerings in Python and R. Python: Oct 25th - November 5th 2021 R - November 8th - 19th 2021   Each course focuses on quantitative analysis, forecasting, and machine learning for all levels of professionals...

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Aug 12

Webinar: The Delta Dilemma

Fading policy impulses and weaker household purchasing power. Downward revisions to US and China GDP forecasts. Negative data surprises and equity market responses. Spending shift from goods to services. Wage inflation holds the key. Credit and fiscal impulses in decline. The good news about inflation. Vaccine progress and the path...

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Jul 23

ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE INDICATORS

The Environmental, Social and Governance Indicators DLX Database (ESG) Focuses on broad environmental, social and governance indicators from annual reports that cover most countries and are compiled by a variety of international organizations, Universities and specialized research institutes. Why ESG Matters More investors are seeking accountability from corporations and government. ...

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May 14

TRACKING THE RECOVERY

Oxford University has begun reporting vaccinations by manufacturer by country in “Our World in Data”. Daily values beginning as early as December 2020 have been added to GLSECTOR. The Kastle Systems Law Industry Return to Work Barometer has been released for the US and 4 major US cities. Daily values...

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May 14

AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEY ADDED

The American Time Use Survey has been added to the US Basic Service in a new database called ATUS. This survey measures the amount of time people spend on various activities and is the only federal survey that includes nonmarket activities such as childcare, volunteering and leisure activities. Data are...

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Mar 24

New WBMS Steel Database Added

A new database with a focus on the world steel market is now available from the World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS). This new database, WBMSS, contains monthly consumption and production data for 138 countries and 18 world regions including world totals, and trade data for 65 countries. It features...

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Oct 27

U.S. Goods Trade Deficit Increases in September

Exports decline sharply. Imports again rise modestly. The advance estimate of the U.S. international trade deficit in goods deepened to $96.25 billion in September from $88.16 billion in August. The Action Economics Forecast Survey expected a deficit of $88.4 billion. Exports fell 4.7% during September (+16.8% y/y) after August's 0.8%...

read more →
Oct 27

U.S. Durable Goods Orders Retreat in September

Shipments and inventories of nondurable goods now included in advance report. Transportation orders down, reversing August increase. Order backlogs continue to grow. Manufacturers' new orders for durable goods fell 0.4% in September (+15.3% y/y) following an increase of 1.3% in August, revised from 1.8% reported a month ago. The Action...

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Oct 21
Oct 21
Oct 20

U.S. Mortgage Applications Decline as Interest Rates Rise

Purchases & refinancings fall. Interest rates rise to four-month high. Average loan size declines. The Mortgage Bankers Association's Loan Applications Index declined 6.3% (-19.0% y/y) in the week ended October 15, following a 0.2% gain in the prior week. Mortgage applications for purchase fell 4.9% last week (-12.6% y/y) following...

read more →
Oct 19

Webinar: 4 Key Questions for Q4

Covid-19: global cases, vaccinations, positivity rates. Supply side congestion. Manufacturing delivery times and prices. US consumer confidence and price sensitivity. Inflation and Central Banks. Emerging market challenges: inflation and fiscal policy. PMI data and declining EM growth. China building starts and credit impulse. Current account balance vs. credit to GDP...

read more →
Sep 23

Fall Econometric Courses: R and Python

Haver Analytics, in collaboration with our partners at Clear Future, is announcing upcoming remote course offerings in Python and R. Python: Oct 25th - November 5th 2021 R - November 8th - 19th 2021   Each course focuses on quantitative analysis, forecasting, and machine learning for all levels of professionals...

read more →
Aug 12

Webinar: The Delta Dilemma

Fading policy impulses and weaker household purchasing power. Downward revisions to US and China GDP forecasts. Negative data surprises and equity market responses. Spending shift from goods to services. Wage inflation holds the key. Credit and fiscal impulses in decline. The good news about inflation. Vaccine progress and the path...

read more →
Jul 23

ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE INDICATORS

The Environmental, Social and Governance Indicators DLX Database (ESG) Focuses on broad environmental, social and governance indicators from annual reports that cover most countries and are compiled by a variety of international organizations, Universities and specialized research institutes. Why ESG Matters More investors are seeking accountability from corporations and government. ...

read more →
May 14

TRACKING THE RECOVERY

Oxford University has begun reporting vaccinations by manufacturer by country in “Our World in Data”. Daily values beginning as early as December 2020 have been added to GLSECTOR. The Kastle Systems Law Industry Return to Work Barometer has been released for the US and 4 major US cities. Daily values...

read more →
May 14

AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEY ADDED

The American Time Use Survey has been added to the US Basic Service in a new database called ATUS. This survey measures the amount of time people spend on various activities and is the only federal survey that includes nonmarket activities such as childcare, volunteering and leisure activities. Data are...

read more →
Mar 24

New WBMS Steel Database Added

A new database with a focus on the world steel market is now available from the World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS). This new database, WBMSS, contains monthly consumption and production data for 138 countries and 18 world regions including world totals, and trade data for 65 countries. It features...

read more →

Training

Haver Analytics offers professional development courses in both R and Python. These programs concentrate on time series analysis and econometric modeling – 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 instructors, PhD economists from Clear Future.

 

Custom training manuals, annotated scripts and notebooks are provided along with certificates of completion. No prior experience is required, as the course progresses from introductory bootcamp through to advanced modeling topics in economics and finance.

 

Each course takes place over a two-week period, in six sessions, all of which are 2.5 hours in duration. The sessions follow a Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule and accommodate multiple time zones.

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