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Detroit EVI of 107.4 for September 2017. . The EVI measures the economy's change since the base period of January 2007 when the index is 100. For September 2017 Detroit EVI is higher by 0.3 percent from last month, and up 4.2 percent from one year ago. Job growth, a low unemployment rate, and rising home prices are powering the advance in Detroit EVI.

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About the EVI

The Economic Vitality Index (EVI) is made up of four components for each metropolitan area: The S&P/Case-Shiller home price index, the area unemployment rate (inverted), private job growth, and real wages (average weekly earnings growth minus the CPI). Each of these components are indexed to 100 starting in January 2007. The EVI is the average of the component indices. Increases (decreases) in the EVI represent higher (lower) economic conditions that directly impact households.


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