Pantheon Macroeconomics - We're happy that ADP beat our forecast yesterday-- an extra 250K jobs doesn't change the world, but it's better than the opposite--and we're lifting our forecast for tomorrow's payroll numbers in response.

U.S. | 1 Oct 2020 September Payrolls Look a Bit Better After ADP, October Seems Weak
We're happy that ADP beat our forecast yesterday-- an extra 250K jobs doesn't change the world, but it's better than the opposite--and we're lifting our forecast for tomorrow's payroll numbers in response.

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1 Oct 2020 September Payrolls Look a Bit Better After ADP, October Seems Weak

By Ian Shepherdson

We're happy that ADP beat our forecast yesterday-- an extra 250K jobs doesn't change the world, but it's better than the opposite--and we're lifting our forecast for tomorrow's payroll numbers in response.

Posted: 1st Oct 2020 in 'U.S.'

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