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U.S. | 5 July 2018 ADP Likely to Report Another Solid Gain in Payrolls
Payroll growth rebounded to 223K in May, after two sub-200K readings, and we're expecting today's June ADP report to signal that labor demand remains strong.

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5 July 2018 ADP Likely to Report Another Solid Gain in Payrolls

By Ian Shepherdson

Payroll growth rebounded to 223K in May, after two sub-200K readings, and we're expecting today's June ADP report to signal that labor demand remains strong.

Posted: 4th Jul 2018 in 'U.S.'

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