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U.S. | 5 July 2019 Payrolls Set to Rebound, but not Boom, Wage Gains Back on Track?
We expect to see a 160K increase in June payrolls today, though uncertainty over the extent of the rebound after June's modest 75K increase means that all payroll forecasts should be viewed with even more skepticism than usual.

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5 July 2019 Payrolls Set to Rebound, but not Boom, Wage Gains Back on Track?

By Ian Shepherdson

We expect to see a 160K increase in June payrolls today, though uncertainty over the extent of the rebound after June's modest 75K increase means that all payroll forecasts should be viewed with even more skepticism than usual.

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

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