Pantheon Macroeconomics - We have two competing explanations for the unexpected leap in November payrolls. First, it was a fluke, so it will either be revised down substantially, or will be followed by a hefty downside correction in December.

U.S. | 9 Dec 2019 Fluke or Real? Don't Leap to Conclusions Either Way, Yet
We have two competing explanations for the unexpected leap in November payrolls. First, it was a fluke, so it will either be revised down substantially, or will be followed by a hefty downside correction in December.

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9 Dec 2019 Fluke or Real? Don't Leap to Conclusions Either Way, Yet

By Ian Shepherdson

We have two competing explanations for the unexpected leap in November payrolls. First, it was a fluke, so it will either be revised down substantially, or will be followed by a hefty downside correction in December.

Posted: 9th Dec 2019 in 'U.S.'

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