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U.S. | 7 Oct 2019 Payrolls Gains will Slow Further Unemployment will Start to Rise
The two big surprises in the September employment report--the drop in the unemployment rate and the flat hourly earnings number--were inconsequential, when set against the sharp and clear slowdown in payroll growth, which has further to run.

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7 Oct 2019 Payrolls Gains will Slow Further Unemployment will Start to Rise

By Ian Shepherdson

The two big surprises in the September employment report--the drop in the unemployment rate and the flat hourly earnings number--were inconsequential, when set against the sharp and clear slowdown in payroll growth, which has further to run.

Posted: 7th Oct 2019 in 'U.S.'

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