Employers in the US probably tempered their pace of hiring this month after beefing up payrolls by the most since the start of the year, consistent with a sturdy labor market that’s powering economic expansion. Government data on Friday are projected to show payrolls in the world’s largest economy increased by about 190,000 in October, still-solid job growth that follows sizable advances in the previous three months. Hourly earnings are seen rising at the slowest annual pace in more than two years, partly a reflection of increased labor force participation. Moderating pay gains help explain why Federal Reserve
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