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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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Welcome to the Family
By Jackie Greene on March 26, 2021

The New Indicator: Our team has added a powerful new tool to ITR’s existing family of indicators! The new ITR Remodeling Market Index™ was specifically constructed by our team to provide...

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Sending Goods, Here to There: Rates Are Up, Via Land, Sea, Air
By Jackie Greene on January 26, 2021

Shipping woes? You’re not alone. Whether you're sending by land, sea, or air, you're seeing domestic and international carriers' shipping rates rise, and we’re unlikely to get a breather...

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Out With the Old, in With the New!
By Jackie Greene on December 14, 2020

In our ever-changing world, yesterday’s solutions are not guaranteed to be tomorrow’s best option. We must constantly reevaluate not only our decisions but the tools we use to make those...

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A Tale of Two Recoveries
By Jackie Greene on November 23, 2020

Not all recoveries are created equal, and for planning purposes, knowing the differences can be crucial. By now, you’ve heard from us that US Industrial Production is in the early stages...

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Business-to-Business Activity Was Flying Too High
By Jackie Greene on October 22, 2020

As we were evaluating the data for US Nondefense Capital Goods New Orders (excluding aircraft), we noticed a discrepancy. The discrepancy in this key business-to-business indicator stems...

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Playtime Isn't Over
By Jackie Greene on September 22, 2020

As a nation, we are strong, we are resilient, and we like to have fun. While many industries have been hurt due to COVID-19, socially-distanced leisure activities can’t keep up with...

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