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U.S. | 30 Sept 2020 ADP Set to Report Rising Payrolls, but Momentum is Fading
ADP's measure of private payrolls has undershot the initial official estimate in each of the past five months.

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30 Sept 2020 ADP Set to Report Rising Payrolls, but Momentum is Fading

By Ian Shepherdson

ADP's measure of private payrolls has undershot the initial official estimate in each of the past five months.

Posted: 30th Sep 2020 in 'U.S.'

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