After stalling out since the first of the year, the Iowa Leading Indicators Index (ILII) increased to 106.4 in May, with five of its eight components making a positive contribution, according to the Iowa Department of Revenue, which compiles the data. The index had been stuck at 106.1 since January. The positive contributors in May were the Iowa stock market index, diesel fuel consumption, the national yield spread, average weekly manufacturing hours and the new orders index. Click here to see the full report.