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Us Pron Industry Shutdown Blamed For Skewing Disappointing Jobs Data

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/10292056/US-porn-industry-shutdown-blamed-for-skewing-disappointing-jobs-data.html

US porn industry shutdown blamed for skewing disappointing jobs data

Wall Street expects the US Treasury to continue printing money for a few months yet, after weak jobs data showed that America’s economic recovery may be faltering.

Those expecting a Daily Mash link will I'm afraid be disappointed.

I have to see this is my favourite excuse for poor data, beats the lame it's too wet, too hot excuses.

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... 74,000 fewer people entered paid employment over the summer than it had previously thought.

Lets not get to an-al over a few figures coming up from the rear. :P

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I wonder what stimulus they'll use......

Maybe it's an opportunity to pump-prime the economy?

you wood not believe the lengths they will try and acheive.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/10292056/US-porn-industry-shutdown-blamed-for-skewing-disappointing-jobs-data.html

Those expecting a Daily Mash link will I'm afraid be disappointed.

I have to see this is my favourite excuse for poor data, beats the lame it's too wet, too hot excuses.

it could be an outlier, One swallow doesnt make the summer

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