OECD’s leading composite leading indicator declines to 99.6 in March
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its leading indicators on Monday. The composite leading indicator decreased to 99.6 in March from 99.7 in February.
It signalled stable growth in Canada, the Eurozone as a whole, Germany and France.
The index for Japan showed signs of growth stabilisation.
There were signs of firming growth momentum in India.
The index for the U.S., the U.K., and Italy pointed to an easing in growth momentum.
The index for China signalled stable growth.
The index for Russia showed signs of positive change in growth momentum.
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