lead/lag, Microeconomics

"Cross-Correlations of output(t) with"
"x(t-1)"
[3,] "output" "0.3"
[4,] "consumption" "0.16"
[5,] "investment" "0.31"
[6,] "hours" "0.26"
[7,] productivity" "0.22"

[2,] "x(t)" "x(t+1)"
[3,] "1" "0.3"
[4,] "0.11" "0.23"
[5,] "0.7" "0.38"
[6,] "0.68" "0.31"
[7,] "0.02" "-0.15"
Which one is lag/lead and how to explain this?
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