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Weekly Economic Index (Lewis-Mertens-Stock)

Weekly Economic Index (Lewis-Mertens-Stock)

The WEI is an index of real economic activity using timely and relevant high-frequency data. It represents the common component of ten different daily and weekly series covering consumer behavior, the labor market, and production. The WEI is scaled to the four-quarter GDP growth rate; for example, if the WEI reads -2 percent and the current level of the WEI persists for an entire quarter, we would expect, on average, GDP that quarter to be 2 percent lower than a year previously. Read More

Index, Weekly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2008-01-05 to 2020-10-24 (1 day ago)
 


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