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U.S. | 11 June 2019 What's Happening to Small Firms' Capex and Pricing Plans
We already know that the key labor market numbers in today's May NFIB survey are strong.

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11 June 2019 What's Happening to Small Firms' Capex and Pricing Plans

By Ian Shepherdson

We already know that the key labor market numbers in today's May NFIB survey are strong.

Posted: 11th Jun 2019 in 'U.S.'

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