Leading Economic Indicators Decline 0.2 Percent in March
The Conference Board said the U.S. leading index decreased 0.2 percent in March. The leading index declined for a second consecutive month in March, but the information available so far in April suggests that these declines will not continue. The leading index has been fluctuating around a flat trend since December 2001. The flatness in the leading index suggests that U.S. real GDP growth will stay in the 2-
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