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13 December. 2016 Today's NFIB Labor Data are not New, but they are Important

By Ian Shepherdson

The falling unemployment rate and the threat it poses to the inflation outlook mean that the labor market numbers in the NFIB small business survey attract more attention than the other data in the report.

Posted: 12th Dec 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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