Tentative Evidence

Thursday brought more tentative evidence to support the contention that the US labor market's cooling. Although far from conclusive, particularly given the proximity of a payrolls print with the potential to tip the scales decisively one way or another, the second-highest initial jobless claims reading since August argued the slowdown case. At 229,000, claims were only higher once since last summer: Early last month, when a seasonal spike pushed the headline print above 230,000. The four-we

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