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Looking ahead: leading indexes for Pennsylvania and New Jersey

  • Theodore M. Crone
  • Kevin J. Babyak
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    Many policymakers and business persons are interested not only in the course of the national economy but also in the prospects for their region's economy. Since 1994, the Philadelphia Fed has published monthly indexes of coincident indicators for the states in the Third Federal Reserve District. A natural complement would be a set of leading indexes. In this article, Ted Crone and Kevin Babyak introduce leading indexes for the two largest states in the District Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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    Volume (Year): (1996)
    Issue (Month): May ()
    Pages: 3-14

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    Handle: RePEc:fip:fedpbr:y:1996:i:may:p:3-14
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