Here’s What Wall Street Thinks About A Jobs Report So Good The New York Times ‘Ran Out Of Words To Describe It’

Here’s What Wall Street Thinks About A Jobs Report So Good The New York Times ‘Ran Out Of Words To Describe It’

Well, we already know what President Dennison thinks about the May jobs report. In fact, we knew what he thought about the numbers before we even knew what the numbers were. And because no one has ever accused Trump of being subtle, the fact that we knew what he thought about the numbers ahead of time means we also had a good idea what those numbers would look like, which in turn means he probably broke some kind of law with his morning tweet. https://twitter.com/ThorntonMcEnery/status/1002555
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2 thoughts on “Here’s What Wall Street Thinks About A Jobs Report So Good The New York Times ‘Ran Out Of Words To Describe It’

    1. Yes, the white house always gets the release 24 hours prior. This early release is based on the agreement to not publicize (or rather politicize) the BLS data. No one has ever been stupid enough to violate this blackout period before

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