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U.S. | 9 Sept 2019 The Trade War is Hurting Payroll Growth will Slow Further
Payroll growth in September and October probably won't be materially worse than August's meager 96K increase in private jobs.

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9 Sept 2019 The Trade War is Hurting Payroll Growth will Slow Further

By Ian Shepherdson

Payroll growth in September and October probably won't be materially worse than August's meager 96K increase in private jobs.

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

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