For over 30 years, investment professionals have relied on High Frequency Economics for singular economic insights.

Sophisticated investors understand that truly meaningful economic insights are formed by uniquely experienced professionals analyzing superior information—and there is no substitute for a one-on-one conversation with a trusted, seasoned expert.

That’s why for over 30 years, the world’s top financial institutions have relied on High Frequency Economics.

HFE draws on decades of first-hand capital markets experience and a global network of relationships to develop unbiased, provocative analysis designed to improve institutions’ business and investment decision making.

Our clients enjoy direct interaction with Carl Weinberg and Rubeela Farooqi, receiving a continuous stream of in-depth, independent and provocative analysis of the global economy and financial markets.

Click here to learn more about our products and services, and consider signing up for a free trial.

Choose High Frequency Economics if you are interested in:

Independence

An independent view that is provocative and will stimulate meaningful discussion.

Depth

An in-depth yet enjoyable read providing a solid understanding of macroeconomic and market developments.

Timeliness

A continuous stream of actionable information.

Access

Direct access to our top economists.

Latest News & Insights


 

Oil prices and the illusion of inflation

We are skeptical that expectations of a post-pandemic surge of inflation will be realized, but markets may mistake an oil price basis effect for inflation.

Webinar: Brexit, blue wave & covid mutation

In our first webinar of the New Year, Carl Weinberg and Rubeela Farooqi discuss how the high-impact developments of the last few weeks have changed the outlook for 2021.

The economy versus the stock market

The recovery in the US stock market has coincided with the deepest economic contraction since the Great Depression. Will stocks continue on their current path or adjust to the economic reality?

Twitter