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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
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Talking Points: - July NFPs miss slightly at +209K, Unemployment Rate drops to 6.2%. - US Dolla...
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The obvious knee jerk is over and now the market is chewing through the numbers and what they rea...
Prior 0.4%. Consumer spending 0.4% vs 0.4% exp m/m. Prior 0.2%. Revised to 0.3% Core PCE price in...
July 2014 US non-farm payrolls report highlights: Prior reading was 288K (revised to 298K) Two m...
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02/08/2014 00:16 (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
To receive Ilya's analysis directly via email, please SIGN UP HERE Talking Points: USD/JPY Technical Strategy: Flat Support: 102.71, 102.43, 102.25 Resistance: 103.03, 103.50, 103.79 The U... »
46 minutes ago (Christopher Vecchio, Currency Analyst)
The Unemployment Rate ticked higher to 6.2%, but the headline jobs growth of +209K has proven strong enough to support the US Dollar. »
58 minutes ago (Ryan Littlestone)
The obvious knee jerk is over and now the market is chewing through the numbers and what they really mean. USD/JPY came off 30 odd pips on the number, spooked by the fall in payrolls and unemployment rate (see participation … Continue reading → »
1:50pm today (Adam Button)
Fed fears soothed by middling jobs report, flat wages What the hawks believed: Wage inflation is closer than believed because most of the people who have left the workforce aren’t coming back. What Yellen and the doves believed: The improving … Continue reading → »
1:30pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Prior 0.4%. Consumer spending 0.4% vs 0.4% exp m/m. Prior 0.2%. Revised to 0.3% Core PCE price index 1.5% vs 1.5% prior y/y Core PCE 0.1% vs 0.1% exp. Prior 0.2% PCE price index 1.6% vs 1.8% prior y/y. Revised … Continue reading → »
1:30pm today (Adam Button)
July 2014 US non-farm payrolls report highlights: Prior reading was 288K (revised to 298K) Two month net revision: +15K Private payrolls 198K Prior private payrolls was 262K (revised to 270K) Unemployment rate 6.2% (unrounded at 6.19%) Prior unemployment rate was … Continue reading → »
1:12pm today (Adam Button)
The market is on edge ahead of non-farm payrolls, especially the stock market. I think there’s a ‘barbell’ kind of skew in stocks. If the numbers are very strong it signals hikes and stocks might sell; if it’s very weak … Continue reading → »
1:11pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
FOMC forward guidance no longer warranted Clear progress has been made on Fed’s goals Economy has improved significantly this year Inflation and jobless rate moved much closer to Fed goals Liftoff language may limit FOMC’s flexibility Says he opposed FOMC’s … Continue read... »
1:03pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
You know I like looking for the edges of a trade, where the places are we see moves become exhausted. Usually the non farm payrolls would be the last main data point of a Friday so picking the levels is … Continue reading → »