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5 September 2017 Underlying Trend in Labor Data Unaffected by "Soft" August Report

By Ian Shepherdson

We had hoped that the statistical problems which have plagued the initial estimates of August payrolls in recent years had faded, but Friday's report suggests our judgement was premature.

Posted: 4th Sep 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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