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Why the Leading Indicators Really Do Lead

In: Business Cycles, Inflation, and Forecasting, 2nd edition

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  • Geoffrey H. Moore, 1983. "Why the Leading Indicators Really Do Lead," NBER Chapters,in: Business Cycles, Inflation, and Forecasting, 2nd edition, pages 339-352 National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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