China’s May Non-Manufacturing PMI Declines to 55.2Timothy R. Homan
The U.S. labor market stumbled in May as employers added the fewest workers in a year and the unemployment rate rose, dealing a blow to President Barack Obama’s re-election bid and raising the odds the Federal Reserve will take steps to boost growth.
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