Poland's Composite Leading Indicator edges up in Dec.
February 12, 2013
Poland's Composite Leading Indicator (CLI) increased marginally in December to 100.37 pts, up from the revised November level of 100.23 pts, OECD data released on Monday showed.
Year on year, the indicator edged down by 0.07%.
The OECD composite leading indicator (CLI) is designed to provide early signals of turning points (peaks and troughs) between expansions and slowdowns of economic activity, OECD writes on its web page. CLI above 100 pts signals economic expansion, while the level below 100 pts means a slowdown.