November 19, 2021
Berk Orkun Isa
Berk Orkun Isa works for Garanti BBVA as an economist since March 2020. He currently focuses on big data projects, economic modeling and quantitative analysis, as well as advanced analytics.He obtained his MSc degree in economics from Tilburg University and BA degree in Economics from Ankara University. He is currently pursuing an MBA degree. Prior to this role, he worked for liquidity risk management unit of Garanti BBVA.
BBVA Research present at the Conference on Non-traditional Data, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing in Macroeconomics. We show evidence that Big Data from financial transactions is very useful for Nowcasting models of consumption and investment and reinforces the power of our traditional models.
Industrial Production (IP) grew remarkably lower than expectations by 8.7% yoy in calendar adjusted terms (cons:15.2%) in July, whereas it contracted by 2.3% yoy in raw series. However given the strong momentum so far and still recovering global growth we maintain our 2021 GDP growth forecast at 9%.
September 8, 2021
Global | The COVID-19 impact on Consumption in Real Time and High Definition: Sept 8th
Consumption growth rates showed a rebound in August in most countries, especially in services and tourism related sectors. In most countries card spending has gained more pull against cash.