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U.S. Documents | 13 June 2017 NFIB Headline Likely to Decay, but Capex and Jobs Readings are Strong
Under normal circumstances, we can predict movements in the headline NFIB index from shifts in the key labor market components, which are released a day ahead of the official employment report, and, hence, about 10 days before the full NFIB survey appears.

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13 June 2017 NFIB Headline Likely to Decay, but Capex and Jobs Readings are Strong

By Ian Shepherdson

Under normal circumstances, we can predict movements in the headline NFIB index from shifts in the key labor market components, which are released a day ahead of the official employment report, and, hence, about 10 days before the full NFIB survey appears.

Posted: 12th Jun 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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