The Midwest Economy Index narrowed to negative 0.13 in June from a revised negative 0.16 in May, first reported as negative 0.18, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago reported Monday.

The relative MEI improved to negative 0.07 in June from a downwardly revised negative 0.64 in May, first reported as negative 0.51. The negative relative MEI indicates that growth in the region was slightly lower than expected.

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