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U.S. | 18 Sept 2020 Near-real-time Data Starting to Capture the Hit from Falling Benefits
The near-real-time economic data have been hard to read recently, because of distortions caused by the Labor Day holiday.

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18 Sept 2020 Near-real-time Data Starting to Capture the Hit from Falling Benefits

By Ian Shepherdson

The near-real-time economic data have been hard to read recently, because of distortions caused by the Labor Day holiday.

Posted: 18th Sep 2020 in 'U.S.'

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