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Budget Planning Recessions

Do You Know How Your Business Will Perform in 2024?
By ITR Economics on July 20, 2023

We are now in the second half of 2023. Business leaders are still focused on their strategies for the remainder of the year, but it is getting close to that time when everyone starts...

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ITR Experts Say Announcements

ITR Economist Taylor St. Germain Takes Over as TrendsTalk Host
By ITR Economics on July 13, 2023

At ITR Economics, we have a full team of excellent economists with years of experience helping businesses navigate through the sometimes troubled waters of the economy. For some time now, ...

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News ITR Experts Say

Economic Recovery in 2025: Trust, and Also Verify
By ITR Economics on July 7, 2023

Our clients and audiences generally trust our forecast for a recession in the US industrial sector beginning in the second half of 2023 and GDP weakness next year. However, some have...

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Internal Forecasting Strategic Planning

4 Ways ITR Economics Can Help Struggling Businesses Reach Their Goals
By ITR Economics on June 29, 2023

We have now reached the halfway point of the year! How has your business performed during these first six months? Have you hit all your marks so far? If the answer is no, do not worry! If...

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DataCast Internal Forecasting

The Importance of Using Leading Indicator Inputs
By ITR Economics on June 22, 2023

The unique methodology we use for all our forecasts at ITR Economics is what helps make our overall accuracy rating stand out at 94.7%. Alongside our business cycle theory and...

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ITR Experts Say Retail

Consumer Data Alone: Pain Ahead for US Retail and Hence Economy
By ITR Economics on June 15, 2023

It is time for a consumer check-up. As of now: The US Consumer Credit Card Delinquency Rate is at 2.53%, up 105 basis points from a 2Q21 low. The US Consumer Loan Delinquency Rate is at...

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