Pantheon Macroeconomics - April payroll growth likely will be reported at close to 200K. Overall, the survey evidence points to a stronger performance, but they don't take account of weather effects, and April was a bit colder and snowier than usual. We're not expecting a big weather hit, but some impact seems a reasonable bet.

U.S. Documents | 4 May 2018 April Payrolls Likely Were Solid, but is Trouble Brewing for late Spring?
April payroll growth likely will be reported at close to 200K. Overall, the survey evidence points to a stronger performance, but they don't take account of weather effects, and April was a bit colder and snowier than usual. We're not expecting a big weather hit, but some impact seems a reasonable bet.

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4 May 2018 April Payrolls Likely Were Solid, but is Trouble Brewing for late Spring?

By Ian Shepherdson

April payroll growth likely will be reported at close to 200K. Overall, the survey evidence points to a stronger performance, but they don't take account of weather effects, and April was a bit colder and snowier than usual. We're not expecting a big weather hit, but some impact seems a reasonable bet.

Posted: 3rd May 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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