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The June employment report came in on the hot side, beating most economists’ forecasts. The U.S. economy added another 4.8 million jobs in June on top of an upwardly revised 2.699 million jobs created in May. The better than expected job gains were likely driven by the reopening of big states like California that didn’t really begin opening up until late May and early June.Read More ›
The March employment report was shockingly bad. Seven hundred and one thousand jobs lost last month – more than 7 times higher than economists’ consensus forecast.Read More ›
The coronavirus itself is a serious threat to both U.S. and global economic expansion.
It is both a supply and demand shock to global growth as producers face supply-chain disruptions and service and retail businesses see a sharp drop in consumer demand as more and more people self-isolate to protect themselves from the rapidly spreading infection. But the virus and the global economic shock it is creating are also starting to touch off financial market contagion and volatility, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the global financial crisis of 2007 and 2008.Read More ›
The January payroll report was a solid report across most metrics.
The headline nonfarm payroll gain of 225k jobs last month handily beat analysts’ forecasts looking for a gain of 165k jobs in January. U.S. nonfarm payroll growth was 1.8% on an annualized basis last month.Read More ›