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U.S. | 6 May 2019 Payrolls Can't Sustain April's Pace, but Unemployment will Keep Falling
It would be astonishing if the May and June payroll numbers looked much like April's strong data, at least in the private sector.

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6 May 2019 Payrolls Can't Sustain April's Pace, but Unemployment will Keep Falling

By Ian Shepherdson

It would be astonishing if the May and June payroll numbers looked much like April's strong data, at least in the private sector.

Posted: 6th May 2019 in 'U.S.'

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