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U.S. | 8 Sept 2020 Private Payrolls Slowing, September Likely to be Weaker than August
The tiny headline consensus beat in the August payrolls numbers is nothing to get excited about, and neither is the unexpected drop in the headline unemployment rate.

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8 Sept 2020 Private Payrolls Slowing, September Likely to be Weaker than August

By Ian Shepherdson

The tiny headline consensus beat in the August payrolls numbers is nothing to get excited about, and neither is the unexpected drop in the headline unemployment rate.

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

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