Amor Aniss Benmoussa is a Senior Economist in the United States Division. In this role, he specializes in monitoring the U.S. economy and contributes to the creation and communication of the Bank of Canada's global macroeconomic outlook. His work and research has included macroeconomic and commodities modelling and forecasting. He holds an M.Sc. in Economics from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM).

Staff working papers

The New Benchmark for Forecasts of the Real Price of Crude Oil

How can we assess the quality of a forecast? We propose a new benchmark to evaluate forecasts of temporally aggregated series and show that the real price of oil is more difficult to predict than we thought.

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