Recent data released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York show mortgage credit has not expanded much since the beginning of the current economic expansion. Unlike many other loans products, Mortgage […]
Chief Analyst at econometricus.com.
Master of Science in Public Affairs (2013).
University of Massachusetts-Boston.
BA History (2005).
Pontifical Xavierian University (Bogotá, Colombia).
Year: 2014 – current.
• Econometric analysis of major United States Economic Measures.
• Estimation of parameters for comprehensive economic models.
• Time series analysis.
• Statistical modeling and regression analysis.
• Macroeconomic analysis.
• Quantitative and qualitative analysis of monetary policies.
Los Angeles’ Homelessness Crisis and the abuse of the term ‘chronic homelessness’.
Los Angeles’ failure to cope with homelessness has brought the issue to the light of many who believe that such a thing does not happen in the richest and powerful country on […]
“Core” inflation might be reflecting pressures solely generated by retailers.
Data on both unemployment and prices have monetary policy analysts wondering whether or not the US supply side of the economy is heading towards overheating. Thus far, indicators on industrial production and […]
Unemployment rate continues to decline in July 2015.
The unemployment rate continues to decline in July 2015 for most of the metropolitan areas within the United States. 92% of the metropolitan areas in the Nation experienced lower unemployment rates than […]
Summer’s economic optimism vanishes with the season in the Midwest.
Summer enthusiasm in the Midwest lasted short. The season has not ended yet, as business leaders started to pose concerns in the months to come. The Tenth District Manufacturing Survey revealed that […]
“Core” inflation rate will have huge influence on monetary policy next month.
Second Estimates for real GDP growth in the United States indicate that the economy grew at 3.7 percent during the second quarter of 2015 after correcting by price change. The report from […]
Despite job losses, New Jersey’s labor market looks vibrant rather than sclerotic.
Regional and State statistics on employment and unemployment for the month of July 2015 looked motionless for the great majority of States in terms of over-the-month changes. Over-the-year though, nonfarm employment increased […]
Real Earnings and the use of Dubious Statistics.
The use of the Average Statistic deceives readers very often whenever the Mean gets severely affected by outliers within the data. One of the most repeated critics to data analysts is the […]
Follow up on US Construction Industry Data.
Follow up on US Construction Industry Data. At the beginning of the summer of 2015, both labor statistics on employment levels and US Gross Domestic Product showed a slowdown on job creation […]
It’s time to look at price changes without accounting for oil price effect.
After a year of declining crude oil prices which forged price spillovers all over the US economy, it is time for economists to look at price changes without accounting for the petrol […]