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Archive for July 5th, 2013

US: Strong Job Report in June – Fed Tapering in September

Non-farm payrolls increased by 195,000 in June and private payrolls rose 202,000. Both figures were higher than expected by consensus. Net revisions were also positive at 70,000 and three-month average job growth increased to 196,000 from 155,000 in May.

Taper-Fever Hits Markets: USDJPY on the Cusp of 101.20 Resistance

The 195k increase in June jobs was a solid report; however the revisions to the April and May data were the real highlights. In the last three months' jobs growth has averaged 196k per month, close enough to the 200k magic number that could see the Fed start tapering its

U.S. June Payroll Employment Rises More than Expected

June 2013 payroll employment showed greater than expected strength by rising 195,000 in the month and compared to expectations of a 165,000 increase. The increase was unchanged from the May gain, which was revised upward from a previously estimated 175,000. April saw an even larger upward revision to 199,000 from

Canadian Labour Market Held Steady in June Following the Blow-out Employment Gain in May

After a volatile run of monthly reports, June's labour data were relatively calm with little change in employment reported (-400) and the economy retaining virtually all the 95,000 jobs gained in May. June's unchanged level followed back-to-back gains in April and May, meaning that the economy more than recaptured the

Are Payrolls Good or Bad for Risk?

This is the question of the session, so far. Thursday was all about the ECB and the BOE, now it's the US's turn to shake some market feathers with US non-farm payrolls. This is a crucial number since the Fed has explicitly tied the timing of the end of QE3

NFP: A Thereabouts Print Will Confuse More

It's here and market tension is high, as today's US labor report probably has more riding on it than usual. Some of the less confusing Fed rhetoric of late will either be vindicated or investor's will become more confused than usual. In the US, market consensus is looking at non-farm
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