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How Bad Will the 2024 Recession Be?
By ITR Economics on February 16, 2023

ITR Economics is forecasting that a macroeconomic recession will begin in late 2023 and persist throughout 2024. Business leaders recently had to lead their companies through the recession...

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Case Studies

Seeing Our Core Values Demonstrated Firsthand
By ITR Economics on February 9, 2023

As my work anniversary quickly draws nearer, I can say that I have learned so much during my first year at ITR Economics. From talking to our economists, who travel across the world to give...

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Changing Times and New Data Views
By ITR Economics on February 7, 2023

We wrote in a previous blog post that “the data is out there.” Indeed it is, but at ITR Economics we can also say that the data is “in here.” We have a relentless Data Team that tracks and...

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Internal Forecasting Strategic Planning

Why an Accurate Sales Forecast Is Needed for an Effective Business Strategy
By ITR Economics on January 26, 2023

There is a lot to consider when building out a strategy for your business. Your employees, your markets, your internal capabilities, technology, and even your plans for expansion must all...

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We Are Still Watching the Fed
By ITR Economics on January 24, 2023

You are likely aware that a US macroeconomic recession we had originally forecasted for mid-decade will now come earlier and characterize late-2023 and 2024, resulting from the dampening...

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Great Depression

What Will the World Look Like After the 2030s Great Depression?
By ITR Economics on January 17, 2023

The next Great Depression will have a tremendous impact on the entire world, heavily influencing the way we think and act. As we navigate through this period, there will be a lot of changes...

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