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openings--were released last week, as usual, ahead of the official jobs report.

U.S. | 10 Mar. 2015 Can the Uptick in New Home Sales be Sustained?
The key labor market numbers from today's February NFIB report on small businesses--hiring intentions and the proportion of firms with unfilled job openings--were released last week, as usual, ahead of the official jobs report.

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10 Mar. 2015 Can the Uptick in New Home Sales be Sustained?

By Ian Shepherdson

The key labor market numbers from today's February NFIB report on small businesses--hiring intentions and the proportion of firms with unfilled job openings--were released last week, as usual, ahead of the official jobs report.

Posted: 10th Mar 2015 in 'U.S.'

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