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11 July 2017 Small Businesses are Still Optimistic, but a Correction is Due

By Ian Shepherdson

Before last November's election, movements in the headline NFIB index of activity and sentiment among small businesses could be predicted quite reliably from shifts in the key labor market components, which are released in advance of the main survey.

Posted: 10th Jul 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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