Michael R. Englund

Chief Economist at Action Economics LLC

Location:
5665 PENNSYLVANIA PL, Boulder, Colorado, United States
Company:
Action Economics LLC
HQ Phone:
(303) 494-4228
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Last Updated 10/26/2016

General Information

Employment History

Chief Market Economist  - Standard & Poor's

Chief Economist  - MMS International Inc

Education

B.A.  - economics , Middlebury College

M.A.  - statistics , University of California at Berkeley

Ph.D.  - economics , University of California at Berkeley

Affiliations

Board Member  - National Association for Business Economics

Web References  

Action Economics!

Michael R. Englund
Action Economics! Michael R. Englund Michael R. Englund is Principal Director and Chief Economist for Action Economics, LLC. Previously, he was the Chief Economist for MMS International, where he worked for over twenty years, pioneering the early stages of the real-time commentary industry. Mike took on numerous initiatives to expand the breadth and depth of the MMS Treasury product over that period, and worked closely on the development and original launch of the MMS Currency product. For just over a decade ending in 2002, MMS International was owned by Standard & Poor's, where Mike held the title of Chief Market Economist for Standard and Poor's, and where he served on the Standard and Poor's Forecast Council. Dr. Englund has a Ph.D. in economics and an M.A. in statistics from the University of California at Berkeley. He also spent a year studying at the London School of Economics, and has a B.A. in economics from Middlebury College. In addition, Mike previously was on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Business Economics, was Chair of the NABE Financial Roundtable, and was President of the San Francisco Chapter of the NABE.

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Action Economics!

Michael R. Englund
Principal Director and Chief Economist +1 303-494-4228

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Garnet Capital Advisors - Rising US consumer borrowing could bolster loan sales due to higher originations

"Consumer credit is keeping track with the slow but positive growth we've seen in consumer spending throughout the cycle and in household spending in the first quarter," Mike Englund, chief economist for Boulder, Colo.-based Action Economics LLC, told Bloomberg.
Englund said due to the robust auto sales that happened in March, "we'll probably see a bounce in the consumer-credit numbers as well."

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