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July Leading Economic Indicators rose another 0.3 percent

The U.S. LEI improved in July, suggesting the U.S. economy may experience further improvements in economic activity in the second half of the year. The decline in building permits, a reversal from June, was more than offset by gains in the financial indicators, new orders and sentiment.READ MORE
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