Countries With Highest Leading Economic Index - Top 10 World

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Leading Economic Index Latest Reference
South Korea
United States

United States Coincident Index was last reported at 181.55 Index Points. Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 1992=100; NSA. Forecast: 181.5342 Index Points.
Thailand Leading Economic Index stands at 157.63 Index Points. Source: Bank of Thailand. 2000=100. Forecast: 158.12 Index Points.
South Korea Leading Economic Index latest value is 131.00 Index Points. Source: Statistics Korea (KOSTAT). 2010=100. Forecast: 131.6 Index Points.
Singapore Leading Economic Index was last reported at 108.50 Index Points. Source: Statistics Singapore. 2010=100. Forecast: 110.4 Index Points.
Taiwan Leading Economic Index stands at 108.00 Index Points. Source: National Development Council (NDC), Taiwan. NSA. Forecast: 106.8 Index Points.
Ecuador IAE latest value is 105.60 Index Points. Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Censos (INEC). 2002=100. Forecast: 105.32 Index Points.
Japan Leading Economic Index was last reported at 104.60 Index Points. Source: Cabinet Office, Japan. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 104.5968 Index Points.
Nigeria Central Bank of Nigeria PMI stands at 45.90 percent. Source: Central Bank of Nigeria. Forecast: 46.3 percent.
Kyrgyzstan GDP YoY latest value is 6.40 percent. Source: National Statistical Committee of Kyrgyz Republic. Forecast: 5.8 percent.
Panama Economic Activity Index YoY Change was last reported at 7.48 percent. Source: INEC, Panama. 1996=100. Forecast: 7.4015 percent.
The country with highest Leading Economic Index is the United States followed by Thailand in the second position and South Korea in the third.