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U.S. | 8 April 2019 Payroll Gains set to be Close to 200K in Q2 Labor Market Still Tightening
The return to normal in the March payroll numbers, with a 196K headline increase, is another nail in the coffin of the "imminent recession" theory.

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8 April 2019 Payroll Gains set to be Close to 200K in Q2 Labor Market Still Tightening

By Ian Shepherdson

The return to normal in the March payroll numbers, with a 196K headline increase, is another nail in the coffin of the "imminent recession" theory.

Posted: 8th Apr 2019 in 'U.S.'

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