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U.S. | 1 Sep 2020 Decent Data Today won't Change the Deteriorating Q4 Outlook
Today brings a raft of data which mostly will look quite positive but will do nothing to assuage our fears over a sharp slowdown in growth in the fourth quarter.

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1 Sep 2020 Decent Data Today won't Change the Deteriorating Q4 Outlook

By Ian Shepherdson

Today brings a raft of data which mostly will look quite positive but will do nothing to assuage our fears over a sharp slowdown in growth in the fourth quarter.

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

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