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U.S. | 2 July 2020 Another Increase in Payrolls is a Good Bet, but Anything Can Happen
ADP's measure of May private payrolls undershot the official estimate by 5.6 million, surprising everyone after it nailed the April catastrophe.

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2 July 2020 Another Increase in Payrolls is a Good Bet, but Anything Can Happen

By Ian Shepherdson

ADP's measure of May private payrolls undershot the official estimate by 5.6 million, surprising everyone after it nailed the April catastrophe.

Posted: 2nd Jul 2020 in 'U.S.'

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