Leading Indicators Fell 0.3% in October

Siegel, Gary E.
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/19/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32014, p2
Trade Publication
Highlights the U.S. Conference Board report which showed that the composite index of leading economic indicators (LEI) was 0.3% in October 2004. Coincident index; Lagging index; Increase in three of the 10 indicators that comprise the LEI in October 2004.


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