Pantheon Macroeconomics - Our forecast of a solid 190K increase in headline December payrolls ignores our composite employment indicator, which usually leads by about three months and points to a print of just 50K or so.

U.S. | 10 Jan 2020 Payrolls Continuing to Outperform Surveys, Look for 190K in December
Our forecast of a solid 190K increase in headline December payrolls ignores our composite employment indicator, which usually leads by about three months and points to a print of just 50K or so.

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10 Jan 2020 Payrolls Continuing to Outperform Surveys, Look for 190K in December

By Ian Shepherdson

Our forecast of a solid 190K increase in headline December payrolls ignores our composite employment indicator, which usually leads by about three months and points to a print of just 50K or so.

Posted: 10th Jan 2020 in 'U.S.'

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