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one of 11 indicators for different sections of the economy

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The Chemical Activity Barometer is a leading economic indicator derived from a composite index of chemical industry activity.
The Creighton Economic Forecasting Group has conducted the monthly survey of supply managers in nine states for more than 10 years to produce leading economic indicators of the Mid-America economy.
As a leading economic indicator of construction activity, the ABI shows an approximate nine to twelve month lag time between architecture billings and construction spending.
For the 19th consecutive month, the Architecture Billings Index (ABI), a leading economic indicator of nonresidential activity, was positive again in April.
As a result, the country's leading economic indicator fell 0.
If vendors to the industry can be considered "a leading economic indicator," things are looking good for newsletter and specialized information publishers and marketers.
Summary: JapanEoe1/4aos Leading economic indicator rose for the fourth straight month in July, with the index rising to 83.
com New Hampshire Leading Economic Indicator rose in June for the second consecutive month, climbing to a reading of 114.
com New Hampshire Leading Economic Indicator fell again in April, falling to 112--a drop of 0.
com New Hampshire Leading Economic Indicator decreased again in March, falling to 112.
The Architecture Billings Index (ABI), a leading economic indicator of construction activity, continues to reveal solid demand for nonresidential design activity.
The new index, comparable to a national leading economic indicator, is the first of its kind in New Hampshire.
With an approximate nine to twelve month lag time between architecture billings and construction spending, the ABI is a leading economic indicator of construction activity, and should translate into a high level of activity throughout 2007.
With an approximate nine to twelve-month lag time between architecture billings and construction spending, the ABI is a leading economic indicator of construction activity, and should translate into a high level of activity throughout 2007.
The Architecture Billings Index (ABI), a leading economic indicator of nonresidential construction activity, showed more modest growth in September following a surge in the August figures.
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