OECD’s leading composite leading indicator remains unchanged at 99.6 in April
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its leading indicators on Wednesday. The composite leading indicator remained unchanged at 99.6 in April.
It signalled stable growth in the Eurozone as a whole, Canada, France, Japan, Germany and China.
Growth firmed in India.
The index for Italy and the U.K. pointed to an easing in growth momentum.
The index for the U.S. confirmed signs of stabilisation.
The index for Russia showed signs of positive change in growth momentum.