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 (Dec 2015) Previous (Nov 2015) % Chg Prev % Chg 1Y
-0.1498 -0.2040 -26.59% -134.8%

Major Midwest Economy Index Indicators

Indicator Period Value % Chg Prev
Midwest Economy Index Dec 2015 -0.1498 -26.59%
Midwest Economy Index: Construction Dec 2015 0.0192 -133.9%
Midwest Economy Index: Consumer Spending Dec 2015 0.0797 -18.57%
Relative Midwest Economy Index Dec 2015 0.2776 227.6%
Relative Midwest Economy Index: Construction Dec 2015 0.1361 -2503%
Relative Midwest Economy Index: Consumer Spending Dec 2015 0.1303 5.19%
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