The rate of decline of the leading indicator slowed markedly to 0.1% in May, the smallest of nine consecutive declines. The shift from a 0.9% drop in April to a 0.1% dip in May was the largest monthly change in the index in either direction since December 1965. The turnaround reflected a 2.6% increase in the unsmoothed index, equalling its largest monthly gain in 30 years.
Eight of the ten unsmoothed components rose in May, led by double–digit increases for housing, the stock market and orders for durable goods.
You can get a table of the leading indicators for the last six months here.