More Goldilocks?

Economists expect more "Goldilocks" data out of the world's largest economy this week. The US probably added around 215,000 jobs in March, the NFP consensus reckons. Although that'd mark a deceleration from the prior three months' headlines, it'd also be the fourth consecutive month of payroll gains in excess of 200,000. Assuming a consensus print, the three-month moving average would slip to 239,000, a healthy pace on any interpretation. If anything, it's still too healthy for comfort in the

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