U.S. leading indicators suggest continued weak recovery

07/18/2013 | Bloomberg

U.S. leading indicators failed to improve as expected in June, pointing to continuation of a tepid economic recovery. The Conference Board gauge anticipates activity for the next three to six months. "We expect things to continue to pick up, although it's probably not going to be an even trajectory. We're still definitely on the recovery path," said Scott Brown, chief economist at Raymond James & Associates.

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