RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) composite leading indicators for March point to "slowing growth" in Brazil. It is the only major economy to show a slowdown, while in all the others, the situation varies between "constant growth" or "increase in expansion".
In contrast to the global trend, the country's composite indicators, which signal early turning points in the economic cycle, declined 0.32 point in March
The OECD's composite leading indicators system is designed to signal early turning points in the business cycle - fluctuations in output or economic activity relative to . . .