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Deficit Spending in 2020 and ITR's Outlook for 2030

It is normal to wonder if recent events might hasten the US economy’s decline into depression. This is especially true considering ITR Economics’ longstanding concerns about ...
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Disparate Opportunities Post COVID-19

While most of the news is focused on the recent past via economic data, we think it is incumbent upon leaders to look at the economic future via the latest trends in the ...
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Small Mercies - The Consumer Could Be Worse

The coming weeks and months will bring new data regarding the magnitude of ongoing economic decline, and the majority of it will likely be quite negative. While reasons for ...
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Separating the Wheat From the Political Chaff

We are living through a time when "unprecedented" is so applicable it almost sounds normal. Yet this is anything but normal. The US response to the virus and the resulting ...
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A Leading Indicator Approach to COVID-19

When the COVID-19 pandemic began in early 2020, we started tracking the number of confirmed infections and associated deaths. Our goal was to develop a data-driven approach to ...
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Turning the High Beams Back On

In my most recent TrendsTalk, I mentioned that we were having to "outdrive our headlights" in March.
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