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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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Director's Cut: Innovate to Survive
By Jackie Greene on July 26, 2019

You can easily go online and read any number of articles about companies that no longer exist. These stories often bring "blasts from the past" and may even evoke some nostalgia. However,...

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Director's Cut: Arm Yourself With Pricing Intelligence
By Jackie Greene on June 26, 2019

What do you do to protect yourself when you create multi-year contracts? Just locking in your home fueling costs can feel like a gamble, and multi-year contracts look much further out than...

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Director's Cut: Is Europe Going Down Further?
By Jackie Greene on May 23, 2019

Whether you are watching GDP or Industrial Production, one thing is clear: Europe’s economy is on the back side of the business cycle. The question is, how long will it last?

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Director's Cut: How Healthy Is the EU Without the UK?
By Jackie Greene on April 25, 2019

With the European Union's recent decision to extend the United Kingdom's departure deadline to Oct. 31, and another round of UK voting set for the upcoming week, we need to examine the...

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Director's Cut: Is It Time to Invest in Mexico?
By Jackie Greene on March 26, 2019

It’s no surprise that Mexico’s economy is tied to the US; 36.9% of Mexico’s GDP is export activity, and 73.9% of Mexico’s exports went directly to the US in 2016 (latest data available).

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Director's Cut: World Industrial Production Fell – Hard!
By Jackie Greene on February 25, 2019

The world is a big place, and World Industrial Production is a large engine. Once it's in motion, it's difficult to change its direction. Unfortunately for many, that engine is distinctly...

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