When Is A Slide Not A Slump?Gene Koretz
The rule of thumb among U.S. economy-watchers is that a three-month decline in the index of leading indicators is a fairly reliable sign that a recession is apt to materialize within 8 to 12 months. So how should one react to the recent four-month slide in the index, from February through May?
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