Pantheon Macroeconomics - This is the final Monitor before we head out for our spring break, so we have added a page in order to make room to preview the employment report due next Friday, April 4.  We expect a solid but unspectacular 175K increase in payrolls, slowing from February's unsustainable 242K, but still robust.

U.S. | 24 Mar. 2016 In the March Employment Report, Wages are Wild
This is the final Monitor before we head out for our spring break, so we have added a page in order to make room to preview the employment report due next Friday, April 4. We expect a solid but unspectacular 175K increase in payrolls, slowing from February's unsustainable 242K, but still robust.

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24 Mar. 2016 In the March Employment Report, Wages are Wild

By Ian Shepherdson

This is the final Monitor before we head out for our spring break, so we have added a page in order to make room to preview the employment report due next Friday, April 4. We expect a solid but unspectacular 175K increase in payrolls, slowing from February's unsustainable 242K, but still robust.

Posted: 24th Mar 2016 in 'U.S.'

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