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Latin America | 25 April 2018 Brazil's Labour Market Recovery Has Lost Momentum, but it will Improve
In Brazil, last week's formal payroll employment report for March was decent, with employment increasing by 56K, well above the consensus expectation for a 48K gain.

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25 April 2018 Brazil's Labour Market Recovery Has Lost Momentum, but it will Improve

By Andres Abadia

In Brazil, last week's formal payroll employment report for March was decent, with employment increasing by 56K, well above the consensus expectation for a 48K gain.

Posted: 24th Apr 2018 in 'Latin America'

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