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13 Dec 2010
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Economics: Key tables from OECD - ISSN 2074-384x - © OECD 2010

 Composite leading indicators
 Amplitude adjusted, long-term trend = 100
 
 
 
2010
Mar
Apr
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
 
Australia
101.5
 
101.8
 
102.0
 
102.0
 
101.9
 
101.7
 
101.5
 
101.3
 
 
Austria
101.0
 
101.6
 
102.1
 
102.5
 
102.9
 
103.3
 
103.6
 
104.0
 
 
Belgium
102.2
 
102.6
 
102.9
 
103.1
 
103.4
 
103.6
 
103.8
 
103.9
 
 
Canada
103.4
 
103.3
 
103.1
 
102.8
 
102.4
 
102.0
 
101.8
 
101.7
 
 
Czech Republic
97.7
 
98.4
 
98.9
 
99.4
 
99.6
 
99.7
 
99.7
 
99.6
 
 
Denmark
100.9
 
101.4
 
101.6
 
101.7
 
101.7
 
101.5
 
101.3
 
101.1
 
 
Finland
103.6
 
103.6
 
103.5
 
103.4
 
103.3
 
103.1
 
103.0
 
103.0
 
 
France
103.8
 
103.3
 
102.9
 
102.4
 
102.2
 
102.1
 
102.1
 
102.2
 
 
Germany
103.6
 
104.3
 
104.9
 
105.2
 
105.3
 
105.3
 
105.2
 
105.2
 
 
Greece
98.8
 
98.2
 
97.6
 
97.1
 
96.9
 
96.9
 
97.0
 
97.3
 
 
Hungary
100.6
 
101.1
 
101.5
 
102.1
 
102.6
 
103.2
 
103.7
 
104.2
 
 
Ireland
98.3
 
99.1
 
99.8
 
100.4
 
100.9
 
101.3
 
101.7
 
102.1
 
 
Italy
103.8
 
103.7
 
103.5
 
103.5
 
103.4
 
103.3
 
103.2
 
103.1
 
 
Japan
102.0
 
102.3
 
102.4
 
102.6
 
102.7
 
102.7
 
102.7
 
102.6
 
 
Korea
104.0
 
103.7
 
103.4
 
103.1
 
102.7
 
102.3
 
101.8
 
101.3
 
 
Luxembourg
102.9
 
103.5
 
103.9
 
104.2
 
104.3
 
104.5
 
104.5
 
104.5
 
 
Mexico
103.0
 
102.4
 
102.0
 
101.7
 
101.6
 
101.6
 
101.6
 
101.6
 
 
Netherlands
101.7
 
102.1
 
102.4
 
102.6
 
102.7
 
102.7
 
102.7
 
102.7
 
 
New Zealand
102.9
 
102.6
 
102.0
 
101.3
 
100.6
 
100.1
 
99.9
 
99.7
 
 
Norway
98.5
 
98.6
 
98.8
 
99.0
 
99.3
 
99.6
 
99.9
 
100.1
 
 
Poland
100.6
 
101.2
 
101.7
 
102.1
 
102.4
 
102.5
 
102.5
 
102.5
 
 
Portugal
101.6
 
101.8
 
101.7
 
101.6
 
101.5
 
101.6
 
101.7
 
102.0
 
 
Slovak Republic
106.5
 
106.8
 
106.6
 
106.0
 
105.2
 
104.2
 
103.8
 
103.6
 
 
Spain
103.1
 
103.4
 
103.4
 
103.4
 
103.3
 
103.2
 
103.1
 
103.1
 
 
Sweden
100.6
 
101.5
 
102.4
 
103.2
 
103.8
 
104.3
 
104.6
 
104.7
 
 
Switzerland
103.3
 
103.6
 
103.6
 
103.6
 
103.4
 
103.2
 
103.1
 
103.1
 
 
Turkey
103.2
 
103.5
 
103.4
 
103.2
 
103.0
 
102.8
 
102.5
 
102.1
 
 
United Kingdom
103.7
 
103.6
 
103.3
 
102.9
 
102.6
 
102.4
 
102.3
 
102.3
 
 
United States
101.8
 
102.0
 
102.1
 
102.0
 
101.9
 
101.9
 
102.0
 
102.3
 
 
OECD-Total
102.5
 
102.6
 
102.7
 
102.6
 
102.5
 
102.5
 
102.5
 
102.6
 
Last updated: 13 December 2010
Note:  Next update: here.
Source: Composite leading indicators, Main Economic Indicators (database)
 

This table includes data on composite leading indicators, amplitude adjusted, long-term trend = 100. The table is part of the key tables collection on economics.

Years covered: :
2009-2010

Countries covered: 

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • China, People’s Republic
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Euro Area
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea, Republic of
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
 
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