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21st Dec 2021 00:20U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Homebase data for December point to a a surge in payrolls; they were right about the soft November.
  • Omicron is a serious threat to job growth early in the New Year; spending on services will drop for a time.
  • Real-time data aren't rolling over yet, but European experience sends a very clear warning.

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