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U.S. | 10 June 2019 Job Gains will Rebound, May's Slowdown is no Reason to Cut Rates
Payroll growth has slowed, no matter how you slice and dice the numbers.

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10 June 2019 Job Gains will Rebound, May's Slowdown is no Reason to Cut Rates

By Ian Shepherdson

Payroll growth has slowed, no matter how you slice and dice the numbers.

Posted: 10th Jun 2019 in 'U.S.'

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