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Jackie Greene

Jackie is the Vice President of Economics at ITR Economics, and oversees forecasting and applied research.
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'Has Your Outlook for 2023 Changed?'
By Jackie Greene on December 15, 2022

One of the most frequent questions we are getting lately is “Has your outlook for 2023 changed?” The answer: yes and no.

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Executive Insights Internal Forecasting

Which ITR Economics Leading Indicator Applies to My Business Most?
By Jackie Greene on April 22, 2022

There is a common desire to pinpoint a cause for an event. Frequently, we are asked: Why will the US macroeconomy avoid recession during this business cycle? What will be the cause of the...

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Navigating Through Signs of a Recession
By Jackie Greene on April 1, 2022

If you follow ITR Economics or have heard any of our speakers lately, you have undoubtedly heard us say that we expect a "soft landing" for 2023. It is important to note that the soft...

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Executive Insights Global

Wartime Forecasts
By Jackie Greene on March 29, 2022

You’re going to be noticing something a little different from our forecasting. In our effort to guide you through these especially tumultuous times, we are starting to issue "wartime...

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What’s Driving the Decline in Germany?
By Jackie Greene on January 20, 2022

The headlines around Germany, Europe’s largest economy, present you with a mixed view of where things are going. Even well-respected outlets are posting contradicting outlooks of recession...

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Executive Insights Finance

The Evidence for a Correction Is Compelling
By Jackie Greene on October 27, 2021

The S&P 500 has closed at new record highs in October after slipping in September, leaving many to speculate about what the S&P 500 will do next. At ITR Economics, we do not forecast the...

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