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US July jobs growth beats forecasts but still slows significantly amid resurgence in new coronavirus infections

Credit: Proactive Investors- Published on August 7, 2020
US jobs growth beat forecasts in July but still slowed significantly on the previous month amid a resurgence in new coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, more evidence that the recovery of the world's biggest economy from the recession caused by the pandemic is faltering. July non-farm payrolls (NFP) increased by 1.763 million, a...
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