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The increase in the WEI for the week of October 31 was due to a decrease in initial unemployment insurance claims and increases in tax withholding and rail traffic (relative to the same time last year), which more than offset decreases in electricity...
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Nov 12, 2020

By: Federal Reserve Bank of New York

November 12, 2020

The increase in the WEI for the week of October 31 was due to a decrease in initial unemployment insurance claims and increases in tax withholding and rail traffic (relative to the same time last year), which more than offset decreases in electricity output and fuel sales.

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