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U.S. | 13 Jan 2020 Labor Market Strength Means no Need for the Fed to Ease this Year
Here's the bottom line: U.S. businesses appear to have over-reacted to the impact of the trade war in their responses to most surveys, pointing to a serious downturn in economic growth which has not materialized.

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13 Jan 2020 Labor Market Strength Means no Need for the Fed to Ease this Year

By Ian Shepherdson

Here's the bottom line: U.S. businesses appear to have over-reacted to the impact of the trade war in their responses to most surveys, pointing to a serious downturn in economic growth which has not materialized.

Posted: 13th Jan 2020 in 'U.S.'

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