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Data and the Effect of Policies Upon the Economy Are What Matters
By ITR Economics on May 30, 2023

We are unbiased and apolitical at ITR Economics. Maintaining this position is consistent with our Core Values, which are the guiding tenets of our work; they help us to provide the best...

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DataCast Strategic Planning

How New DataCast Pro™ Updates Benefit Our Clients
By ITR Economics on May 25, 2023

DataCast Pro™ has long been a game changer for many companies. Whether helping boost the confidence of business leaders during the decision-making process or refreshing and improving their...

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How to Overcome Negativity During a Recession
By ITR Economics on May 16, 2023

With economic decline often comes a lot of negativity. This negativity typically comes from the media, but you might start to hear it from your own employees or even your management team....

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ITR Experts Say Budget Planning

Labor Costs Will Get in the Way of Commodity Deflation
By ITR Economics on May 9, 2023

The US Producer Price Index is declining, and the trend will continue into next year as the US industrial economy tips into recession. As a result, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) will...

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Strategic Planning Recessions

Be Ready to Capitalize on Opportunities Following the 2024 Recession
By ITR Economics on April 27, 2023

The US economy will be in recession in 2024. By itself, that statement can strike fear in any business. When attention is so focused on the economic downturn, it is easy for many business...

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ITR Experts Say Strategic Planning

2 Datapoints to Soothe the Impending Recession Blues
By ITR Economics on April 18, 2023

Abject pessimism will not help you effectively prepare for the upcoming downturn. Here are a couple more datapoints that support our expectation that next year’s recession will be...

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