Countries With Lowest Leading Economic Index - Bottom 10 World

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Leading Economic Index Latest Reference
Australia
South Africa
Argentina
Mozambique
Nicaragua
Philippines
Canada
Armenia
Israel
Malaysia

Nicaragua Leading Economic Index latest value is -3.90 percent. Source: Banco Central de Nicaragua. 2006=100, NSA. Forecast: -4.6901 percent.
Mozambique Economic Activity Index was last reported at -2.30 percent. Source: Instituto Nacional De Estatistica, Mozambique. 2004=100. Forecast: 0.4654 percent.
Argentina Leading Economic Index stands at -2.10 percent. Source: Universidad Torcuato di Tella. 2004=100, SA. Forecast: -1.1016 percent.
South Africa Leading Economic Index latest value is -0.50 percent. Source: South African Reserve Bank. 2010=100. Forecast: -0.1469 percent.
Australia Leading Economic Index was last reported at -0.07 percent. Source: Westpac-Melbourne Institute. 1996=100. Forecast: 0.0073 percent.
Philippines Leading Economic Index stands at 0.04 percent. Source: National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB), Philippines. Forecast: -0.0653 percent.
Canada GDP MoM latest value is 0.10 percent. Source: Statistics Canada. Forecast: 0.1601 percent.
Armenia Economic Activity Index was last reported at 0.20 percent. Source: National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. NSA. Forecast: 1.2336 percent.
Israel Leading Economic Index stands at 0.26 percent. Source: Bank of Israel. 2011=100. Forecast: 0.2707 percent.
Malaysia Leading Economic Index latest value is 0.30 percent. Source: Department of Statistics, Malaysia. 2005=100. Forecast: 0.0655 percent.
The country with lowest Leading Economic Index is Australia (-0.07 percent in Sep 2018) followed by South Africa (-0.50 percent in Aug 2018) in the second position and Argentina (-2.10 percent in Sep 2018) in the third.