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Apr
10

Leading economic indicators up…again

The Conference Board Leading Economic Index (LEI) rose for the 12th consecutive month in March.  The LEI, which measures economic activity for the next six months, rose from a revised score of 108.1 to 109.6. Between September 2009 and March 2010, the LEI rose 5.2% (a 10.6% annual rate), slightly slower than the increase of 6.2% (12.8% annual rate) for the previous six months. However, the strengths among the leading indicators have remained widespread in recent months. The LEI declined for 20 straight months before starting its current streak of increases in April 2009.


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