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ECRI clients receiving our cycle risk management services are the exclusive users of our reports and historical data. Those services include private meetings focused on the risk of major cycle turning points, like those in U.S. economic growth, U.S. inflation, global industrial growth, and major sector cycles. In short, we provide best-in-class management of cycle risk exposure.

ECRI foresees upcoming economic cycle inflection points well before the consensus. We closely monitor the evolving cyclical landscape, and deliver in-depth, nuanced guidance on shifting risks in economic growth and inflation worldwide through private client consultations.

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Inflation Ahoy! We're indebted to the ECRI, that unnapping watchdog of inflation, for the FIG data.
- Alan Abelson, Barron's
Over the last 15 years, [ECRI] has gotten all of its recession calls right, while issuing no false alarms. Oct. 2011
- The New York Times
I have to pay attention to those people and indicators that have pointed in the right direction - even when they've gone against the crowd (and my opinion at the time). One such outfit is the Economic Cycle Research Institute, whose various leading indicators actually have done just that - lead where things were headed.
- Randall Forsyth, Barron's
ECRI can justify a certain smugness now that business cycles are back in fashion. The institute called the last two recessions and the current recovery months ahead of the pack.
- Harvard Business Review
"penetrating analysis"
- The New York Times
ECRI has had a very stellar record. They've been making pretty bold calls and going against the conventional wisdom. So far their record has been one of the most impressive, and has been written up in the press as well as talked about in policy circles.
- IMF