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U.S. Weekly Leading Index Slips

The U.S. Weekly Leading Index slips to 129.6 from 130.2. The growth rate ticks down to -2.3% from -2.1%.

To put the state of the economy in perspective please read Grand Experiments That Are Too Big to Fail.

For a closer look at recent moves in the U.S. Weekly Leading Index, please see the chart below:

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