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Government Stimulus and Deficit Spending in Three Charts

The US government allocated trillions of dollars in stimulus spending to prop up the economy and mitigate the impact of this black swan-driven recession. Ongoing negotiations ...
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The 'Stakes in the Ground' for Economic Recovery

Despite the recent announcement of an abysmal US GDP number for the second quarter, which saw the three-month moving average for this broad-based measure of economic activity ...
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Global Economic Update with ITR Economics

The global economy is in a drastically different state this year relative to 2019. Two major black swan events – the COVID-19 pandemic and a collapse in oil prices – ravaged ...
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Job Market Signals and a Call to Action

There are a lot of different way to assess the state of the US job market. With a variety of data points being reported, it is sometimes difficult for business leaders to make ...
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The Paycheck Protection Program and Flexibility Act Impact

According to the latest report from the US Small Business Administration, more than 4.5 million businesses were approved for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) ...
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Europe in Worse Shape Than US, From Many Angles

The recovery profile for the European economy is more pessimistic than for the US economy, all the way through 2022. If your business has any direct or indirect connections ...
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