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Archive for October 22nd, 2013

US September Payrolls – Not All that Bad for USDJPY

USDJPY staged an impressive recovery post the September NFP disappointment and has jumped back to fresh highs of the day after dipping to as low as 97.88. The reason for this pullback is not clear cut, although within the cloud of the September payrolls report there was a (tiny) silver

EURUSD Breaks Higher after US Labor Data Reinforces Fed Decision to Delay Taper

EURUSD reached new highs for 2013 following the disappointing release of the US September employment report. The release showed the addition of 148K jobs in September which was below the market consensus of 180K and our forecast of 175K. Though the August number was revised higher by 24K to 193K,

US Job Growth Disappoints – Fed Tapering Delayed Further

The US labour market report disappointed with job growth rising only 148,000 in September versus Consensus of 180,000 and our own estimate of 200,000. The net revision for the previous two months was +9,000. The three-month moving average for payrolls is 148,000, which is clearly below the Fed's comfort zone for

NFP Provides "No" Support For the Dollar

This morning's two-week delayed US employment report was weaker than the market had been expecting. The release marks the first major US economic data point after the partial US government shutdown that commenced on October 1st. The data collected for September's estimates had been completed in advance of the shutdown, however,

US Sept. Employment Report Underwhelms, But Details Point to a More Modest Outlook

Today's US August employment report came in weaker than consensus, surprising the market with a headline print of +148K versus expectations of +180K Additionally, the prior monthly revisions were mixed, with August increasing by 24K and July seeing a subtraction of 15K (net revision +9K). Altogether, this sees the

US Payroll Employment Rose Less than Expected in September, and the Unemployment Rate Inched …

The increase in September 2013 payroll employment was smaller than expected at 148,000 with forecasters anticipating a 180,000 increase. Revisions to July and August showed a 15,000 cut to payroll gains in July that were more than offset by a 24,000 rise in August. Job gains averaged 143,000 per month
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