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U.K. | 11 Sept 2019 The Labour Market no Longer Looks Bulletproof
A cursory glance at July's labour market report gives no cause for alarm. The headline, three-month average, unemployment rate returned to 3.8% in July, after edging up to 3.9% in June.

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11 Sept 2019 The Labour Market no Longer Looks Bulletproof

By Samuel Tombs

A cursory glance at July's labour market report gives no cause for alarm. The headline, three-month average, unemployment rate returned to 3.8% in July, after edging up to 3.9% in June.

Posted: 10th Sep 2019 in 'U.K.'

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