Pantheon Macroeconomics - We set out in detail yesterday, here, why we think the official payroll number today will be better than the 129K ADP reading; we look for 160K.

U.S. | 5 April 2019 Payrolls Probably Failed to Return Fully to Trend in March
We set out in detail yesterday, here, why we think the official payroll number today will be better than the 129K ADP reading; we look for 160K.

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5 April 2019 Payrolls Probably Failed to Return Fully to Trend in March

By Ian Shepherdson

We set out in detail yesterday, here, why we think the official payroll number today will be better than the 129K ADP reading; we look for 160K.

Posted: 5th Apr 2019 in 'U.S.'

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