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U.S. | 5 October 2018 Jobs Likely Weaker than ADP but Still Solid
In the wake of the ADP report released Wednesday, we moved up our payroll forecast to 150K from 100K, but we've now taken a closer look at the post-Florence path of jobless claims.

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5 October 2018 Jobs Likely Weaker than ADP but Still Solid

By Ian Shepherdson

In the wake of the ADP report released Wednesday, we moved up our payroll forecast to 150K from 100K, but we've now taken a closer look at the post-Florence path of jobless claims.

Posted: 5th Oct 2018 in 'U.S.'

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