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U.S. | 5 Mar 2020 ADP Likely Overstates February Payrolls, but Everything will Change
The comforting 183K increase in February private payrolls reported by ADP yesterday likely overstates tomorrow's official number.

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5 Mar 2020 ADP Likely Overstates February Payrolls, but Everything will Change

By Ian Shepherdson

The comforting 183K increase in February private payrolls reported by ADP yesterday likely overstates tomorrow's official number.

Posted: 5th Mar 2020 in 'U.S.'

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