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U.S. | 6 July 2020 June Likely is the Payroll High-Water Mark, as the Second Wave Spreads
Let's get straight to the point: It's very unlikely that July's payroll numbers will be as good as June's. Too many direct and indirect indicators of employment and broader economic activity are now moving in the wrong direction.

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6 July 2020 June Likely is the Payroll High-Water Mark, as the Second Wave Spreads

By Ian Shepherdson

Let's get straight to the point: It's very unlikely that July's payroll numbers will be as good as June's. Too many direct and indirect indicators of employment and broader economic activity are now moving in the wrong direction.

Posted: 6th Jul 2020 in 'U.S.'

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