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Weekly Leading Index Decreases


ECRI’s U.S. Weekly Leading Index (WLI) decreased to 148.6 from 149.1, while WLI growth ticked up to 0.6% from 0.5%.
       


For more on the cyclical outlook, please see below for other forward-looking ECRI data shared publicly:

- watch ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan in a current interview with CNBC

For a closer look at the WLI’s performance, please see the chart below:     



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