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Newsmax
With a British Adieu to EU, It's Farewell to a Fed Rate Hike for Nowcould be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscri
With a British Adieu to EU, It's Farewell to a Fed Rate Hike for Now
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
could be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscribe to that view. Capital Economics economist Paul Ashworth, for instance, predicts a "trivial" impact on the U.S. economy, given that U.S. exports to the U.K. account for... Read more
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The Star
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for nowcould be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscri
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for now
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
could be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscribe to that view. Capital Economics economist Paul Ashworth, for instance, predicts a "trivial" impact on the US economy, given that US exports to the UK account for less... Read more
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Business Standard India
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for nowcould be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscri
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for now
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
could be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscribe to that view. Capital Economics economist Paul Ashworth, for instance, predicts a "trivial" impact on the US economy, given that US exports to the UK account for less... Read more
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dna
Brexit impact: With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Federal rate hike for nowcould be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscrib
Brexit impact: With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Federal rate hike for now
dna / Posted 2 days ago
could be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscribe to that view. Capital Economics economist Paul Ashworth, for instance, predicts a "trivial" impact on the US economy, given that US exports to the U.K. account for... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for nowcould be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscri
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for now
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
could be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscribe to that view. Capital Economics economist Paul Ashworth, for instance, predicts a "trivial" impact on the U.S. economy, given that U.S. exports to the U.K. account for... Read more
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Reuters
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for nowcould be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscri
With a British adieu to EU, it's farewell to a Fed rate hike for now
Reuters / Posted 2 days ago
could be forced to delay interest rate rises further. However, not all subscribe to that view. Capital Economics economist Paul Ashworth, for instance, predicts a "trivial" impact on the U.S. economy, given that U.S. exports to the U.K. account for... Read more
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9d
Business Insider
'This is a bubble. A very big bubble. And it is going to end in tears'is a bubble. A very big bubble. And it is going to end in tears," wrote Capital
'This is a bubble. A very big bubble. And it is going to end in tears'
Business Insider / Posted 9 days ago
is a bubble. A very big bubble. And it is going to end in tears," wrote Capital Economics' chief North America economist, Paul Ashworth. "The Bank's claim that the risk of a housing downturn is small because there is little risk of either a spike... Read more
10d
Business Standard India
5 key takeaways from Fed meetweeks could prompt a rate hike. "It's not impossible by July" to see data that
5 key takeaways from Fed meet
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
weeks could prompt a rate hike. "It's not impossible by July" to see data that could point to raising rates, she said. Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics feels that a July rate hike is still possible, but it would require a meaningful rebound... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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12d
WLTX-TV Columbia
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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12d
NorthWest Cable News
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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12d
KING5 Seattle
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KING5 Seattle / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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KTVB Boise
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KTVB Boise / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
'Brexit' worries rattle marketsfear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as P
'Brexit' worries rattle markets
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 12 days ago
fear is that a vote to secede would encourage struggling EU countries such as Poland and Hungary to follow, says economist Paul Ashworth of Capital Economics. Jitters over such an outcome could sap business confidence and spark financial market... Read more
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17d
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Job listings rise 2%; hiring tepideconomy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
Job listings rise 2%; hiring tepid
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs," said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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18d
The Columbian
U.S. job openings rise, employers postpone hiringeconomy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
U.S. job openings rise, employers postpone hiring
The Columbian / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs,” said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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18d
Santa Cruz Sentinel
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs,” said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs,” said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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18d
Finance and Commerce
Job openings rise, yet employers fill fewer of themeconomy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
Job openings rise, yet employers fill fewer of them
Finance and Commerce / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs,” said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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Brandon Sun
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
Brandon Sun / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs," said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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Orange County Register
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
Orange County Register / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. “If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs,” said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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Everett Herald
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs.�If firms really are pulling back, the first thing the
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
Everett Herald / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs.�If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs,� said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics.But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has been... Read more
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Northwest Herald
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
Northwest Herald / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs," said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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18d
Daily Chronicle
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
U.S. job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
Daily Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs," said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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18d
WTHR Indianapolis
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling themeconomy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing t
US job openings rise, yet employers cut back on filling them
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 18 days ago
economy to cut more jobs. "If firms really are pulling back, the first thing they would do is stop advertising jobs," said Paul Ashworth, an economist at Capital Economics. But one frustrating characteristic of this recovery for job seekers has... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
U.S. Job Creation Weak, Even as Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.7%She may need to tweak it now, some say. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Jane
U.S. Job Creation Weak, Even as Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.7%
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 23 days ago
She may need to tweak it now, some say. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Yellen furiously re-writing her speech,” says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, a research firm. “The weakness in May’s payrolls was widespre... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
U.S. job creation weak, as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%may need to tweak it now, some say. "That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Ye
U.S. job creation weak, as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 23 days ago
may need to tweak it now, some say. "That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Yellen furiously re-writing her speech," says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, a research firm. "The weakness in May's payrolls was... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
U.S. Job Creation Weak, Even as Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.7%She may need to tweak it now, some say. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Jane
U.S. Job Creation Weak, Even as Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.7%
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 23 days ago
She may need to tweak it now, some say. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Yellen furiously re-writing her speech,” says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, a research firm. “The weakness in May’s payrolls was widespre... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%She may need to tweak it now, some say. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Jane
U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 23 days ago
She may need to tweak it now, some say. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Yellen furiously re-writing her speech,” says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, a research firm. “The weakness in May’s payrolls was widespre... Read more
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23d
USA Today
First Take: Wall Street bids goodbye to June hikerate ticked down to 4.7%. But while that number sounds good it is mainly due to
First Take: Wall Street bids goodbye to June hike
USA Today / Posted 23 days ago
rate ticked down to 4.7%. But while that number sounds good it is mainly due to "another big drop in the labor force," says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics. Yellen is scheduled to speak on Monday, Ashworth adds. Wall Street... Read more
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23d
Market Watch
Treasury yields plunge as ugly jobs report takes June rate hike off tableit would require clear evidence of a rebound in June payroll figures and a U.K.
Treasury yields plunge as ugly jobs report takes June rate hike off table
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
it would require clear evidence of a rebound in June payroll figures and a U.K. vote to remain in the European Union, said Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, in emailed comments. “That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet... Read more
23d
ABC 7 El Paso
U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%She may need to tweak it now, some say. "That sound you hear is Fed Chair Jane
U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 23 days ago
She may need to tweak it now, some say. "That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Yellen furiously re-writing her speech," says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, a research firm. "The weakness in May's payrolls was widespre... Read more
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News 8000
U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%She may need to tweak it now, some say. "That sound you hear is Fed Chair Jane
U.S. job creation weak, even as unemployment rate falls to 4.7%
News 8000 / Posted 23 days ago
She may need to tweak it now, some say. "That sound you hear is Fed Chair Janet Yellen furiously re-writing her speech," says Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, a research firm. "The weakness in May's payrolls was widespre... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Your Last Minute Payrolls Preview: What Wall Street Expectsfigures is “supply problems stemming from the recent Japanese earthquake,” whic
Your Last Minute Payrolls Preview: What Wall Street Expects
Zero Hedge / Posted 23 days ago
figures is “supply problems stemming from the recent Japanese earthquake,” which “will hit auto-sector employment too,” Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics NA Ltd., wrote in a May 26 note to clients. Ashworth’s 120,000... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Wall St slipsto a Reuters poll. "Labour market conditions are stable, which is all the reas
Wall St slips
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 24 days ago
to a Reuters poll. "Labour market conditions are stable, which is all the reassurance the Fed will need to act soon," Paul Ashworth, chief US economist at Capital Economics in Toronto, told Reuters. The Federal Open Market Committee is... Read more
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Newsmax
Tightening Labor Market Boosts Economic Growth Outlookmonth or in July. "Labor market conditions are stable, which is all the reassu
Tightening Labor Market Boosts Economic Growth Outlook
Newsmax / Posted 24 days ago
month or in July. "Labor market conditions are stable, which is all the reassurance the Fed will need to act soon," said Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics in Toronto. The ADP National Employment Report showed private... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Tightening US labour market boosts economic growth outlookmonth or in July. "Labour market conditions are stable, which is all the reass
Tightening US labour market boosts economic growth outlook
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
month or in July. "Labour market conditions are stable, which is all the reassurance the Fed will need to act soon," said Paul Ashworth, chief US economist at Capital Economics in Toronto. The ADP National Employment Report showed private... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US private payrolls rise in May; weekly jobless claims fallmonth or in July. "Labor market conditions are stable, which is all the reassu
US private payrolls rise in May; weekly jobless claims fall
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
month or in July. "Labor market conditions are stable, which is all the reassurance the Fed will need to act soon," said Paul Ashworth chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics in Toronto. The ADP National Employment Report showed private... Read more
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