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By Matt Weller | May 6, 2015
By Martin McGuire | May 6, 2015
Should Treasuries be higher following the "disappointing" ADP report that was expected to print toward 200K and instead came in toward 170 with a slight negative revision in the prior month.
By Andrew Wilkinson | April 1, 2015
Private sector jobs creation ran at its slowest pace in 14 months during March, with the ADP payroll reading missing forecasts and showing only 189,000 new positions were added.
By Chuck Mikolajczak, Reuters | March 4, 2015
The Dow and S&P retreated on Wednesday after a soft labor market and in anticipation of data.
November 7, 2014
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 214,000 in October, and the unemployment rate edged down to 5.8 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
By Andrew Wilkinson | November 5, 2014
For six-out-of-10 months, the ADP measure has run above a level of 200,000 jobs, which is consistent with the low level of weekly initial jobless claims over the summer.
By Matt Weller | October 2, 2014
My NFP proprietary model suggests that the NFP report will print roughly in line with expectations suggesting a September headline NFP reading of 221k.
By Andrew Wilkinson | October 2, 2014
Weekly jobless claims were lower than the consensus forecast among those polled.
By Andrew Wilkinson | October 1, 2014
As with the earlier ADP report, the report makes for curious reading. The Production reading added a tad to 64.6 indicating still robust manufacturing activity. However, the pace of New Orders fell at the fastest pace since January
The private payroll processor noted that the sixth continuous payroll gain above 200,000 was a “positive sign” for the U.S. economy.