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(What's Left of) Our Economy: Manufacturing Exits Jobs Recession; Payrolls Resilient but Wages Dreary

Although U.S. monthly manufacturing jobs growth slowed in March to 11,000 from a solid February figure that was revised slightly downward (to 26,000), net positive revisions helped pull industry out of its latest employment recession. 777 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

The US Economy…Post-Payrolls And Pre-FOMC

By Gary Tanashian – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

This week’s Notes From the Rabbit Hole included a little Payrolls/Wages related economic discussion before moving on to the usual coverage of stock markets, commodities, precious metals, bonds, currencies and related indicators and market internals.  623 more words

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Traders take profit on Dollar long positions following expectations for March rate hike

Last week’s Non-Farm Payrolls release continued to confirm a March rate hike for Wednesday. 236 more words


(What's Left of) Our Economy: Despite Strength in February, Manufacturing's Jobs Recession Continued

February’s preliminary U.S. manufacturing jobs figures showed that the sector boosted payrolls by 28,000 – its best performance since the same total for January, 2016, but that its jobs recession continued, with employment down on net since that month. 660 more words

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February NFP Report +235,000 Beating Forecasts

I am starting this post just prior to the NFP release.  Here is the link to BLS for reference.  The median forecast by economist type people is +221,000 vs. 104 more words



Unemployment ticked higher in December, but more Americans were looking for work. Here’s what it means:

What is the Non-farm Payrolls report? The Non-farm Payrolls report measures the number of people on the payrolls of all non-agricultural businesses each month. 189 more words


(What's Left of) Our Economy: Despite Strong December, Manufacturing Jobs Recession Continues & Sector Suffers Worst Year Since 2009

In December, American domestic manufacturing employment enjoyed its best monthly increase (17,000) since January (18,000). But these gains were not enough to pull the sector out of its latest jobs recession, as employment is down on net by 24,000 since December, 2014. 543 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy