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By Matt Weller | March 6, 2015
By Andrew Wilkinson | March 6, 2015
The unemployment rate in February fell to 5.5% and its lowest since May 2008. The headline jump of 295,000 for payrolls was the strongest gain since December and accompanied by a negative revision to the January report.
By Martin McGuire | March 6, 2015
By Matt Weller, Neal Gilbert | March 5, 2015
By Andrew Wilkinson | October 1, 2014
The private payroll processor noted that the sixth continuous payroll gain above 200,000 was a “positive sign” for the U.S. economy.
By Martin McGuire | September 2, 2014
Friday’s price action can be characterized as a ‘spinning top’, displaying indecision at the point of accelerating to new highs.
By Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | June 13, 2014
Elevated fuel prices and limited wage gains are weighing on Americans’ moods and squeezing their pocketbooks.
By Andrew Wilkinson | May 2, 2014
Normally, one might expect the bond market to implode on such combination. However, the new normal carries some caveats when interpreting the report.
By Michelle Jamrisko, Bloomberg | May 2, 2014
Employers boosted payrolls in April by the most in two years and the jobless rate plunged to 6.3 percent.
By Justin Pugsley | May 1, 2014
If market expectations are met for Friday's payrolls figure to come in at around 200,000 new jobs created, then there is unlikely to be any change in the Fed's monetary policy.