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22nd Jun 2022 00:20U.S., Daily Monitor

Preliminary Homebase data suggest private payrolls rose by about 200K in June.

Real-time indicators are mixed, but some momentum recently appears to have been lost.

Existing home sales are falling steadily; inventory is surging and prices are starting to crumble.

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