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Economic indicator: Chicago Fed National Financial Conditions Credit Subindex
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Series ID: NFCICREDIT
Title: Chicago Fed National Financial Conditions Credit Subindex
Seasonally Adjusted: Yes
The indicator refers to the date of : 2019-03-15
Last Updated: 2019-03-20
Economic indicator last value:: -0.79 , change: -0.02 ( +0.00% )*
Derivative of the indicator: : -3.70e-3 , change: -0.000 ( +0.00% )*
*Value difference per cent relative to 3 times its standard deviation
Statistics to forecast financial S&P 500 index, drawing the indicator: Chicago Fed National Financial Conditions Credit Subindex.
In the space below are visible: the historical monthly diagram of the S&P 500 stock index from the beginning of the provided indicator, the weekly chart of the last 10 years and the daily chart for the last year, with the economic indicator NFCICREDIT.
For every graph there are represented:
On the left side of every diagram there is the axis of the S&P500 index value, while on the right there is the scale of the economic indicator. The diagrams come daily dawned.
All data are showed reflecting the dates when they were available and not the dates they referred to.
- the S&P500 index, with open, max, min and close values recorded in the market for each month, week or day (green and dark red bars);
- the course of the economic indicator (blue line);
- the derivative of the indicator that puts forward the market trend (orange line);
- a line of reference with 6% annual yield (green line), useful to compare charts with different axis scale.
Full historical monthly quote chart of S&P 500 with the indicator NFCICREDIT
Ten years weekly quote chart of S&P 500 with the indicator NFCICREDIT
One year daily quote chart for the last year of S&P 500 with the indicator NFCICREDIT
For further information you can visit the website of Federal Reserve Bank of St.Louis, in the page dealing with the economic indicator NFCICREDIT
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