Jobs Report Beats ‘Bigly’, AHE Breezes Past Estimates

Ok, well it's time for the jobs report or, as I would have thought about it up until pancreatitis almost killed me in 2016, "the last data hurdle to clear before the drinking can start." Obviously, this comes at a rather delicate time, with stocks now taking their cues from the ongoing bond rout which has driven yields to near 2.80 and threatens to upend the equity rally that crescendoed last month with a truly absurd avalanche of inflows that seemed to signal retail euphoria. Here's the situat
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8 thoughts on “Jobs Report Beats ‘Bigly’, AHE Breezes Past Estimates

  1. So AHE, is up 2.9 YoY
    “Over the year, average hourly earnings have risen by 75 cents, or 2.9 percent.”

    CPI is up 2.1 %
    “Over the last 12 months, the all items index rose 2.1 percent before seasonal adjustment.”


    To hell with it, honey get the credit card we are going to celebrate!!

  2. everyone go get a new 50K+ ford F-150 (you know the rock stock one 55/58K for the fancy one)—everything’s coming up roses.
    hells bells put the 100.00 down payment on your maxed out credit card–that will work at 26% and since you will never pay it off anyway–hahaha.
    can anyone say roman empire or (DM’s). credit/debt gone amuck.
    that was a quote for a vc conference in early 2016.
    lots of luck.

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