Midwest Economy Index Report

The Midwest Economy Index (MEI) is a monthly index designed to measure growth in nonfarm business activity in the Seventh Federal Reserve District. It serves as a regional counterpart to the Chicago Fed National Activity Index. The MEI captures both national and regional factors driving Midwest growth, and the relative MEI provides a picture of Midwest growth conditions relative to those of the nation.

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Midwest Economy Index

Current (Feb 2014) Previous (Jan 2014) Change from Previous Change from Year Ago
-0.0251 0.3164 -107.9% -109.9%

Major Midwest Economy Index Indicators

Indicator Period Value Change
from Prev
Midwest Economy Index Feb 2014 -0.0251 -107.9%
Midwest Economy Index: Construction Feb 2014 -0.0967 36.87%
Midwest Economy Index: Consumer Spending Feb 2014 -0.0138 -112.6%
Relative Midwest Economy Index Feb 2014 -0.0058 -102.6%
Relative Midwest Economy Index: Construction Feb 2014 -0.0288 -15.40%
Relative Midwest Economy Index: Consumer Spending Feb 2014 0.0531 -53.72%
View and sort all 22 Midwest Economy Index Report Indicators
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Report Last Updated
National Financial Conditions Index Report Apr 16, 8:30 AM EDT
Chicago Fed National Activity Report Mar 24, 8:31 AM EDT
Chicago Fed Midwest Manufacturing Index Report Nov 27, 6:29 PM EST
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