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17 Mar. 2017 »
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index® (LEI) for the U.S. Increased

Index at Highest Level in Over a Decade

16 Mar. 2017 »
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index® for Spain Increased

The Index rose to 106.1

16 Mar. 2017 »
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index® for Brazil, Together with Fundação Getulio Vargas, Increased

The Index increased to 106.2

14 Mar. 2017 »
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index® for Mexico Increased

The Index rose to 101.2

14 Mar. 2017 »
Ethics: Measurable Impact

14 - 15 June, 2017

14 Mar. 2017 »
REPORT IDENTIFIES A NEW CONSUMER GROUP: THE CONNECTED SPENDERS

The Demand Institute's Latest Research Finds Connected Spenders are a Better Predictor of Consumer Spending than Income-Based Approaches

14 Mar. 2017 »
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index® for the U.K. Increased

The Index rose to 113.5

13 Mar. 2017 »
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) Increased Sharply in February

Solid Job Growth Expected in the Coming Months

11 Mar. 2017 »
The Risk Management and Resilience Seminar

07 - 08 June, 2017

10 Mar. 2017 »
Accelerating Jobs Growth Gives Fed License to Tighten Interest Rates Faster in 2017

Comment on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation Report by Brian Schaitkin, Senior Economist, The Conference Board

ECONOMIC INDICATORS

Leading Economic Index for:

  • Australia 0.4%
  • Brazil 1.0%
  • China 1.2%
  • Euro Area 0.5%
  • France 0.4%
  • Germany 0.2%
  • India 1.3%
  • Japan 0.2%
  • Korea 0.9%
  • Mexico 0.5%
  • Spain 0.4%
  • U.K. 0.4%
  • U.S. 0.6%
  • International Labor Comparisons:
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  • Productivity:
  • Visit Total Economy Database™ website
  • Global Economic Outlook:
  • Visit Global Economic Outlook website
  • Accelerating Jobs Growth Gives Fed License to Tighten Interest Rates Faster in 2017

    Today’s report of 235,000 jobs created in February removes the final barrier to a March rate increase by the Federal Reserve and could pave the way for two additional hikes later in the year.

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