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18th Mar 2022 00:20U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Our interpretation of the Homebase data suggests payroll growth stalled in March
  • …This might be nothing more than a blip, or Homebase could be wrong; but it's not what we expected.
  • Auction data show the drop in used vehicle prices is accelerating; downside risk for existing home sales.

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