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1.Private payrolls plunged in December

Private Payrolls Plunged in December. By Lester Murray January 6, 2021 ADP published its Employment Change report for December this morning and its result show a decline of 123k in private payrolls. Analysts were expecting a gain of 75k after November’s rise of 304k. Earlier this morning, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported that new …

2.Private payrolls plunged in December

The U.S. private sector unexpectedly shed jobs in December as employment trends weakened sharply across the country before Congress passed its latest virus-relief package.. Private payrolls fell …

3.Private payrolls plunged in December

Private payrolls declined by 123,000 in December vs. the Dow Jones estimate for a gain of 60,000. The drop countered seven straight months of growth and was the first negative number since April.

4.Private payrolls plunged in December

Manufacturing shed 21,000 jobs in December, while payrolls in the private services industry dropped by 105,000. There were 13,000 job losses among small companies. Large companies payrolls …

5.Private payrolls plunged in December

The company, which estimates employment each month prior to the release of the government’s official payroll estimate on the first Friday of each month, said private payrolls fell by 123,000 in December. Economists had estimated private payrolls would grow by 100,000, according to Econoday, Other newswires had considerably lower consensus …

6.Private payrolls plunged in December

ADP: Private Payrolls Decline in December for First Time Since April U.S. private companies unexpectedly shed workers in December for the first time in eight months as out-of-control COVID-19 infections unleashed a fresh wave of business restrictions, keeping consumers from restaurants, bars, and other services industry establishments.

7.Private payrolls plunged in December

Employment shrank in December for the first time in eight months as stricter COVID-19 lockdown measures cut into economic growth. The country’s private sector shed 123,000 payrolls last month …

8.Private payrolls plunged in December

Manufacturing shed 21,000 jobs in December, while payrolls in the private services industry dropped by 105,000. There were 13,000 job losses among small companies. Large companies payrolls …

9.Private payrolls plunged in December

U.S. private companies unexpectedly shed workers in December for the first time in eight months as out-of-control COVID-19 infections unleashed a fresh wave of business restrictions, keeping consumers from restaurants, bars and other services industry establishments. Private payrolls decreased by 123,000 jobs last month, the ADP National Employment Report showed on Wednesday.

10.Private payrolls plunged in December

Private payrolls decreased by 123,000 jobs last month, the ADP National Employment Report showed on Wednesday. That was the first decline in private payrolls since April.

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1.U.S. private payrolls post first decline in eight months as COVID-19 cases skyrocket

U.S. private companies shed workers in December for the first time in eight months as out-of-control COVID-19 infections unleashed a fresh wave of business restrictions, setting the tone for what is likely to be a brutal winter for the economy.

Published Date: 2021-01-07T01:08:00.0000000Z

2.U.S. private payrolls decline in December for first time since April – ADP

Economists polled by Reuters had forecast private payrolls would rise by 88,000 in December. The ADP report is jointly developed with Moody’s Analytics. Though it has a spotty record predicting the government’s private payrolls count because of …

Published Date: 2021-01-06T13:29:00.0000000Z

1  Singapore new private home sales plunge 53.8% in December
December was not a very merry month for developers in Singapore, as the sales of new private homes plunged more than 50% from the previous month. According to experts, December is a typically slow month for the housing market, with potential buyers away for Christmas and the holidays. Latest figures showed 538 private homes were sold in …
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1.Millennials

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3.Reaganomics

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