A measure of hiring by US businesses fell to the lowest level in seven years in the third quarter as trade tensions increasingly weighed on the economic outlook.
The National Association of Business Economists said in a survey released Monday that just one-fifth of companies hired more workers over the past three months.
"Higher tariffs are disrupting business conditions, especially in the goods-producing sector," one NABE economist said.
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