Leading economic indicators index

Leading economic indicators index is a composite index composed of 11 economic components which are initial unemployment claims, vendor delivery performance, manufacturing average work week, building permits, vendor delivery performance, S&P stock prices, consumer expectations index, M2 money supply adjusted for inflation, Prices of elastic materials, plants and equipment orders and changes in unfilled orders on durable goods. Fixed income securities tend to go down in value when leading economic indicators go up. When the LEI goes down, exchange rates in favor of the US dollar goes down along with stocks.

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