Jobs report: The stall has arrived
|4 maggio 2012||Inserito da under Jobs Report||
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)–Unusually large price moves across various asset classes in the minute before Friday's closely watched monthly US jobs report appear to have been triggered by an oddly timed order to sell dollars. An apparent chain reaction lit up
What would a jobs report be without sharp opinions about what it all means?
President Obama highlighted the “good news” in the latest jobs report today, but, speaking in the battleground state of Virginia, stressed “we've got to do more” to boost the economy, including freezing low interest rates for student loans.
Friday's jobs report for April was even more disappointing than March. This is bad news for millions of Americans. By Robert Reich, Guest blogger / May 4, 2012 In this March file photo, job seekers stand in line during a Career Expo job fair,
Oil fell $4.05, or 4 percent, to $98.49, after a weak US jobs report offered the latest evidence that the global economy is weakening, possibly reducing demand for oil. At the same time, there is mounting evidence that world oil supplies are growing.