- Ireland: **CPI Rebased to Dec-2016=100 (Jan)**
- Finland: LFS, Vacancies (Jan); Sweden: Population (2016)
- Flash Surveys: Japan, France, Germany, Eurozone, US (Feb); Manufacturing Survey - US (Feb)
- Bahrain: CPI (Jan); Tunisia: Real GDP, Unemployment (Q4); South Africa: Leading Indicators (Dec); Oman: PPI (Q4); Kenya: Foreign Trade (Dec-Prelim)
- Luxembourg: Employment and Unemployment (Jan)
- Estonia: HICP (Jan); Lithuania: PPI (Jan); Macedonia: ODC
- more updates...
Economy in Brief
European PMI Data Rise and Create a Twist on a Theme
The manufacturing and service sectors both are showing lift in the Markit PMI framework in February...
U.S. Leading Economic Indicators Post Another Strong Increase
The Conference Board's Composite Index of Leading Economic Indicators increased 0.6% during January (2.5% y/y)...
EMU Current Account Surplus Shrinks in December: Still Way Too Large
Germany, the largest EMU economy, has run nothing but current account surpluses since July 2001 with only two monthly exceptions...
U.S. Housing Starts Ease, But Permits Improve
Housing starts during January declined 2.6% to 1.246 million (AR) from 1.279 million in December...
Philadelphia Fed Factory Business Conditions Index Strengthens
The Philadelphia Fed reported that its General Factory Sector Business Conditions Index jumped to 43.3 during February...
U.S. Initial Claims For Unemployment Insurance Rise Slightly
Initial claims for unemployment insurance increased to 239,000 (-8.1% y/y) during the week ended February 11...
Thomas J. Moeller
Haver Analytics is pleased to bring Thomas J. Moeller's comments on the state of the U.S. Economy to its clients.
Mr. Moeller worked as the Economist at Chancellor Capital Management from 1985 to 1999. There, he developed comprehensive economic forecasts and interpreted economic data for equity and fixed income portfolio managers. Also at Chancellor, Mr. Moeller worked as an equity analyst and was responsible for researching and rating companies in the economically sensitive automobile and housing industries for investment in Chancellor’s equity portfolio.
Prior to joining Chancellor, Mr. Moeller was an Economist at Citibank from 1979 to 1984.
He also analyzed pricing behavior in the metals industry for the Council on Wage and Price Stability in Washington, D.C.
In 1999, Mr. Moeller received the award for most accurate forecast from the Forecasters' Club of New York. From 1990 to 1992 he was President of the New York Association for Business Economists.
Mr. Moeller earned an M.B.A. in Finance from Fordham University, where he graduated in 1987. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from George Washington University.