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Local Market Monitor’s National Economic Outlook – October 2020

In April, the number of jobs in the economy sank an unheard of 13 percent compared to last year. By July the loss was ‘only’ 7.7 percent and the possibility of a further quick recovery seemed possible as states re-opened their economy. But in August the loss was still 6.9 percent and now in September still 6.4 percent.


The monthly improvement is becoming smaller and smaller. Continue reading HERE...

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