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U.S. | 4 June 2018 The Labor Market Continues to Tighten, No end in Sight
The May employment report was somewhat overshadowed by the furor over the president's tweet, at 7.15AM, hinting--more than hinting--that the numbers would be good.

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4 June 2018 The Labor Market Continues to Tighten, No end in Sight

By Ian Shepherdson

The May employment report was somewhat overshadowed by the furor over the president's tweet, at 7.15AM, hinting--more than hinting--that the numbers would be good.

Posted: 3rd Jun 2018 in 'U.S.'

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