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Hiring by U.S. companies stumbles to slowest pace since spring, ADP says

Hiring by U.S. companies stumbled to its slowest pace since the spring, payroll firm Automatic Data Processing said Wednesday. The private sector added 154,000 net new jobs, down from 175,000 in August and below analyst expectations.  September’s figure was the lowest since April. The data indicate that...
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