The ADP private employment numbers were released today and January was revised higher from 213,000 to 300,000 showing continued strong employment growth in the Trump economy. February came in approximately inline with estimates at 183,000 with an estimate of 189,000.
The corrupt media however could not resist a chance to say the ‘economy had peaked’.
“The economy has throttled back, and so too has job growth,” Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, said in a statement. “Job gains are still strong, but they have likely seen their high watermark for this expansion,” reported CNBC.
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The U.S. trade deficit for the month of December, in a continued delayed release due to the government shutdown, came in at -$59.8 billion against an estimate of $59.9 billion.