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IU Kelley School's Leading Index for Indiana shows signs that economy finally is gaining traction

After slumping this spring, the Leading Index for Indiana showed that the state's economy may be gaining traction, moving up 0.6 points to 101.6 in August. All the LII's components are pointing up, some strongly. Full Story >>

Report: Indiana exports grew faster than the national rate, totaling $34.4 billion in 2012

Indiana exports totaled $34.4 billion in 2012, setting a record high for the state, according to a new report from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. Full Story >>

IU Kelley School's Leading Index for Indiana moves up, but not by much

The Leading Index for Indiana ended its swoon in July, but moved up an unconvincing 0.2 points to 100.9. The Housing Market Index, a component of the LII, continued to soar. On the other hand, the transportation component of the index fell, moderating the climb of the LII. Full Story >>

IU report: Foreign direct investment on the rise in Indiana and across the country

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A new Indiana University report indicates that foreign direct investment -- which has become crucial to the state and national economy -- has made a comeback after suffering the effects of the "Great Recession." Full Story >>

IU Kelley School's Leading Index for Indiana levels out after two-month decline

The Leading Index for Indiana stopped its descent in June but didn't reclaim the ground it lost in the previous two months, flat-lining at 100.7. Full Story >>

IU Kelley School's Leading Index for Indiana declines for second month in a row

The Leading Index for Indiana continued to lose ground in May, following a slight side in April, from a revised value of 100.9 to 100.8. Full Story >>