- November reading well above 50, highest in a year-and-a-half.
- Production and new orders up most, show business activity strengthened.
- Inflation still strong, but did ease in latest survey.
Carol Stone, CBE
Carol Stone, CBE came to Haver Analytics in 2003 following more than 35 years as a financial market economist at major Wall Street financial institutions, most especially Merrill Lynch and Nomura Securities. She has broad experience in analysis and forecasting of flow-of-funds accounts, the federal budget and Federal Reserve operations. At Nomura Securites, among other duties, she developed various indicator forecasting tools and edited a daily global publication produced in London and New York for readers in Tokyo. At Haver Analytics, Carol is a member of the Research Department, aiding database managers with research and documentation efforts, as well as posting commentary on select economic reports. In addition, she conducts Ways-of-the-World, a blog on economic issues for an Episcopal-Church-affiliated website, The Geranium Farm. During her career, Carol served as an officer of the Money Marketeers and the Downtown Economists Club. She has a PhD from NYU's Stern School of Business. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and has a weekend home on Long Island.
Publications by Carol Stone, CBE
- USA| Nov 29 2023
U.S. Advance Trade Deficit Widens Moderately in October
- USA| Nov 22 2023
U.S. Jobless Claims Less than Expected in Nov. 18 Week
- USA| Nov 16 2023
U.S. Home Builders Index Down for a 4th Month
- USA| Nov 15 2023
U.S. Empire State Manufacturing Survey More Positive in November
- USA| Nov 14 2023
U.S. NFIB Survey Shows Small Businesses Still Lacking Optimism
- USA| Nov 02 2023
U.S. Manufacturers Have Large 2.8% Increase in New Orders
- USA| Oct 31 2023
U.S. Modest Uptick in Employment Cost Index Advance in Q3
- USA| Oct 12 2023
U.S. Jobless Claims Steady in Early October at 209,000
- USA| Oct 05 2023
U.S. Jobless Claims Rise 2,000 in Latest Week
- USA| Sep 28 2023
U.S. Jobless Claims Remain Low in Latest Week
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