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Last Updated: 09/06/18

Detroit Economic Activity Index (DEAI) Current Data


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Contributions to the DEAI

The DEAI can be decomposed into the contributions from each component data series such that the sum of the contributions results in the current value of the index. The contributions combine what a given series indicates for the Detroit economy and how related that series is to other measures of economic activity. Series that are more closely related to other components receive a larger weight in the index and will have larger contributions to the current index value.

 

Notes: The contributions in the table may not sum to the DEAI in the current period because of rounding. The historical range indicates how strong the current contribution of a series is relative to its history. A contribution to the far right of its range indicates the strongest reading from a series since 1998, while a contribution to the far left indicates the weakest reading. C&I means commercial and industrial, and CRE means commercial real estate.

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