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Succinct Summations of Weeks Events 10.7.16

Succinct Summations for the week ending October 7th 2016 Positives: 1. Private sector figure + upward revisions slightly beat expectations. 3 month private sector job gain is now 177k (vs 6 month average of 153k) 2. Jobless claims fell to 249k, the 4-week average fell to 249k, falling for the seventh consecutive week. 3. Average… Read More The post Succinct Summations of Weeks Events 10.
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