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Chicago Fed National Activity Index, June 2003
CFNAI Indicates Economic Activity Improved in May
The Chicago Fed National Activity Index (CFNAI) was –0.39 in May, a marked improvement from the downward-revised April level of –1.04. Most of the increase reflected better readings on the output-related components of the index; less negative employment-related data were also a factor. The three-month moving average index, CFNAI-MA3, moved up from –0.89 in April to –0.69 in May. Because the three-month period covered by this latest CFNAI-MA3 includes March and April, the index is still heavily influenced by uncertainties associated with the Iraq conflict.
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