Data Round-Up: 'Soft' NFIB and "Hard' JOLTS Data Both Remain Upbeat

posted by Michael Lewis on May 09, 2017

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Despite the mixed progress for the new administration -- and the April survey was conducted mostly after the initial defeat of Affordable Care Act reforms in the House -- small firms continue to register a “Trump Bump.” Supporting this “soft” data


FMI’s analyses of today’s April NFIB Small Business Optimism Index and March JOLTS results. 

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