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Goldman's September NFP Preview

A few excerpts from Goldman Sachs' September Payroll Preview by economist Elad Pashtan:We expect a 190k increase in nonfarm payroll employment in September, above consensus expectations for a 172k gain, and up from our preliminary forecast of 175k. Although payroll growth slowed to 155k last month, subdued employment gains are not uncommon in August, and the trend growth rate in payrolls still looks solid, with the trailing 3- and 6-month averages at 232k and 175k, respectively.
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