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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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Does Impeachment Impact the Economy?
By Jackie Greene on January 21, 2020

In the midst of political turmoil, it is natural to wonder if an impeachment would rock the US economy. Short answer: If President Trump were convicted by the Senate, it would be highly...

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2019 Forecast Results
By Jackie Greene on December 23, 2019

Now that you’ve seen 2019 perform as we forecasted, the question is, are you ready for what’s coming in 2020?

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Black Friday Is Coming
By Jackie Greene on November 19, 2019

We are quickly approaching Black Friday, but will it live up to the hype? Retailers and consumers are preparing for an influx of sales, and Wall Street anxiously awaits the results. The...

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Where Is the Good News?
By Jackie Greene on October 23, 2019

Parts of the US economy are in recession, and more will follow. US GDP is slowing. As angst builds in corporate offices and boardrooms, we are frequently asked for the "good news."

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'On the Brink'? Germany's Recession Is More Severe Than 2013
By Jackie Greene on September 26, 2019

A recent Wall Street Journal article stated that Germany is on the brink of recession. We are here to ensure you aren’t operating under any misconceptions. The reality is that Germany’s...

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Director's Cut: Corporate Profits Are Up, but Will It Last?
By Jackie Greene on August 30, 2019

Just-released Corporate Profits data shows that Corporate Profits (with capital consumption adjustments) are rising after reaching a low in March 2019. The decline in March was not...

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