All Posts Tagged: manufacturing
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 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 ›
The U.S. consumer is increasingly looking tired, and retail sales growth is on a clear downtrend.Read More ›
The U.S. labor market is slowing, just not as quickly as we all thought before the release of the October payrolls report. Despite the substantial headwinds of the GM strike and escalation of the trade war in September, U.S. nonfarm employment managed to increase a better than expected 128k jobs last month.Read More ›