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Jobs report is a Goldilocks report this month. Here’s why

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The jobs report released at 8:30 this morning was as a good a report as we could expect, more than ten years into the US economic expansion. The headline March numbers were an increase of 196,000 non-farm payrolls and an unemployment rate holding steady at 3.8%. I have some brief thoughts on this be...

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The jobs report released at 8:30 this morning was as a good a report as we could expect, more than ten years into the US economic expansion. The headline March numbers were an increase of 196,000 non-farm payrolls and an unemployment rate holding steady at 3.8%. I have some brief thoughts on this be...

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