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Employment growth probably rebounded in October

Our econometric model indicates that non-farm payrolls rose by a stronger 200,000 in October, up from an average monthly gain of 167,000 over the prior three months. Whether that would be sufficient to seal a December rate hike from the Fed is open to question, however.

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