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    1. Shift Toward Ancillary Services Not Dilutive to Paychex's and ADP's Moats

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      Thu, 22 Jan 2015

      resources products. We saw similar results at ADP , with the company seeing 18% year-over-year ..... basis, we think they provide an avenue for ADP and Paychex to further monetize their payroll ..... purchase multiple services from Paychex and ADP could ultimately prove to be more sticky

    2. From Barron’s, January 19, 2015 (Part 2)

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      Sat, 17 Jan 2015

      95/MHz-pop vs nationwide $2.21. Data this week: Homebuilders housing index, China data on Tuesday; housing starts, ADP workforce vitality report on Wednesday, existing home sales, LEI on Friday. Closed: The US markets on Monday

    3. From Fear of an Overheating U.S. Economy to Doom and Gloom in One Easy Week

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      Sat, 17 Jan 2015

      portion of small businesses were housing-related, and that sector has had a relatively slow recovery, too. According to ADP data, small and medium-size businesses have grown employment by about 9.5% during this recovery while the large businesses

    4. Jobs Report: A December Disappointment?

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      Thu, 8 Jan 2015

      a little bit of data on employment from ADP in the middle of this week. They said 241 ..... reasonably strong? Johnson: You know, the ADP 's track record lately has been bad. It's ..... here. Glaser: So, when you look at that ADP report, what stands out to you? Are there

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      Glaser: We did get a little bit of data on employment from ADP in the middle of this week. They said 241,000 private-sector jobs added and revised the November numbers up. Does this point to potentially this report on Friday looking reasonably strong? Johnson: You know, the ADP's track record lately has been bad. It's never been real good, and it's getting worse. Last month, they said it was going
      maybe we pull back here. Glaser: So, when you look at that ADP report, what stands out to you? Are there certain segments of the economy that are hiring more workers than you would anticipate?
      a little bit better. Glaser: Looking at the kinds of jobs that ADP says are being added, are they high-paying jobs? Do you think we're going to see some wage growth or do they tend
    5. U.S. private job growth accelerates in December: ADP

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      Wed, 7 Jan 2015

      NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. private employers added 241,000 jobs in December, beating the median forecasts of analysts and bringing their annual hiring to 2.5 million for 2014, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday.

    6. US STOCKS-Futures higher after 5-day slide; ADP on tap

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      Wed, 7 Jan 2015

      NEW YORK, Jan 7 (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures rose on Wednesday, putting Wall Street on track to bounce from a five-day slide, ahead of data on the labor market and the minutes from the most recent meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.

    7. Jobs Report Should Beat Gloomy Expectations

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      Thu, 4 Dec 2014

      jobs report and also to take a look at the ADP data that was released on Wednesday. Bob ..... Great to be here today. Glaser: So, ADP said 208,000 private-sector jobs added ..... Johnson: The one disappointing part of the ADP report, which admittedly wasn't strong

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      of Friday's jobs report and also to take a look at the ADP data that was released on Wednesday. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson: Great to be here today. Glaser: So, ADP said 208,000 private-sector jobs added in November; that's below consensus. Do you see this as a disappointing report? Johnson: I don't, really.
      adding jobs and who wasn't? Johnson: The one disappointing part of the ADP report, which admittedly wasn't strong, was that many sectors were weaker than they were in the prior month. I don't think anything
      expected. Glaser: Looking at Friday's number, then, do you think that this ADP report portends a negative reading from the BLS, or do you think that there could be some strength there? Johnson: If I was entirely analytical and numbers-based, you'd have to say this report looked weak and it suggests a little softness in the report. And we certainly wouldn't be much better than 214,000 jobs that we had last month. Still, the ADP report can be plus or minus at least 40,000 jobs. So, that gives us clearly a range to drive a truck through there, in terms of the number. Personally, we've had two disappointing months in a row, relative to expectations. And it tends to be that we miss on one side and then we get a little bit of overperformance on the other. So, I'm going to go with a little outperformance this time. I'm going to say 255,000 jobs added this time around, even in the face of the ADP report. I'm going out on a long limb there, and it's more intuition than the facts. If you want an entirely fact-based
    8. From Barron’s, December 1, 2014 (Part 2)

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      Sat, 29 Nov 2014

      of banking. Data this week: ISM manufacturing index on Monday; construction spending, light-vehicle sales on Tuesday; ADP payroll survey, ISM nonmanufacturing index, annual corruption report, Fed’s beige book, Q3 productivity on Wednesday

    9. From Barron’s, November 10, 2014 (Part 1)

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      Sat, 8 Nov 2014

      20/14], and likes it more at the current sale-prices. But Barron’s has thrown in towel on another bad call – Avon [ AVP ], down 40% since positive Barron’s story last year. For the week , Dow +1.05% , SP500 +0.69% , Nasdaq

    10. A Downside Surprise in October Jobs Report?

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      Thu, 6 Nov 2014

      Friday's employment report. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson: Great to be here today. Glaser: Let's start with the ADP data. They said that the private sector added 230,000 jobs in the month. Is that about what you expected? Johnson: Yes

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      Bob Johnson: Great to be here today. Glaser: Let's start with the ADP data. They said that the private sector added 230,000 jobs in the month. Is that about what you expected? Johnson:  Yes, I
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