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U.S. | 8 Jan 2020 ADP is Unlikely To Repeat November's Huge Undershoot
The contrast between November's very modest 67K ADP private payroll number and the surprising 254K official reading was startling, even when the 46K boost to the latter from returning GM strikers is stripped out.

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8 Jan 2020 ADP is Unlikely To Repeat November's Huge Undershoot

By Ian Shepherdson

The contrast between November's very modest 67K ADP private payroll number and the surprising 254K official reading was startling, even when the 46K boost to the latter from returning GM strikers is stripped out.

Posted: 8th Jan 2020 in 'U.S.'

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