helps validate the trends that you see in the regular employment report . Maybe there was something wrong; the number of ..... we use this as a double-check against the main employment report . And it measures a slightly different time period
growth for the first quarter and the year. The April employment report for the United States was right on target and at ..... Report Another Mixed Bag That Kept Markets Happy The employment report wasn't so strong that it created worries about
point. Here is the current value for VNQ: 79.48 1.31 (1.68%). Quite a day for US bonds today. IF the employment report tomorrow is under 200,000 I would expect the markets to sell off and for US bond rates to decline further. How
private employers in April added the fewest number of workers in more than a year, according to the ADP National Employment Report , heightening worries about the economy's potential to rebound strongly from a first-quarter slump. (USA
This will not be good news for next Friday's employment report . Employment Data and Trade on Tap Next Week The ..... weather-related bounces, I suspect that the April employment report will rebound to something closer to its annual average
over year." And so, I don't think this report will be convincing. I think if we had a really terrible April employment report , that would clearly slow things up; but I still don't think they are in any great rush. This report certainly
West Palm Beach, Fla., April 16 (Reuters) - A "murky" run of first-quarter data highlighted by a weak March employment report and an oil-driven downturn in investment is masking the U.S. economy's...
The March employment report today is the Australian highlight of the week. RBC forecasts a below consensus print of 0k for the number of job additions (cons
rates greatly diminished after last week's soft employment report . More stimulus and easing measures out of China ..... that there are a lot of metrics besides the monthly employment report to judge the health of the labor market. For too
NEW YORK, April 10 (Reuters) - Investors worldwide poured $2.1 billion into high-yield bond funds in the latest week after a lackluster U.S employment report suggested the Federal Reserve would wait...