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The Big Four Economic Indicators: December Nonfarm Employment

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] This commentary has been updated to include this morning's release of Nonfarm Employment. December's 145K increase in total nonfarm payrolls had revisions that resulted in 14K fewer jobs than previously reported. Annual revisions going back to 2015 were made. The Investing.com consensus was for 164K new jobs and the unemployment rate to remain at 3.5%.

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The Big Four Economic Indicators: December Nonfarm Employment

This commentary has been updated to include this morning's release of Nonfarm Employment. December's 145K increase in total nonfarm payrolls had revisions that resulted in 14K fewer jobs than previously reported. Annual revisions going back to 2015 were made. The Investing.com consensus was for 164K new jobs and the unemployment rate to remain at 3.5%.

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