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Jobs Report Misses Lowest Estimate Boosting Rate Cut Bets

This will only make the easing calls grow louder.

This will only make the easing calls grow louder.
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5 comments on “Jobs Report Misses Lowest Estimate Boosting Rate Cut Bets

  1. Brian K says:

    Yeahhhh! Fed is going to cut rates with most major indexes near all time highs! Perfect time to BUY BUY BUY!! Load up everyone…what’s the worse that could happen?

    • George says:

      Worst scenario is market sees through this BS and sells off on the news… What is Charlie’s read this AM.. Mr H… might know off the top of his head.???

  2. George says:

    If I was a suspicious sort, then I might postulate that after the ADP Estimate on May Employment and the skeptical estimates of that data by those 74 Economic wizards..,. that Mr Maga , (Crazy like a Fox) has cinched his rate cut … Probably unemployment numbers can be readjusted just fine to represent whatever is needed next… Actually we got two rallies out of these numbers because of this mornings so called surprise…Might be I am crazy as well???

  3. gdhalpha says:

    Generally I thought “full employment” was around 95% meaning about 5% unemployment.
    While hiring might be slowing, are we not right where the Fed mandate wants to see the US economy? If so, why the need for a rate cut?

  4. jyl says:

    At what unemployment rate will “we” (market, WH, Fed) accept slower job growth? When UE is 3%, will we still demand stimulus whenever monthly job adds falls below 200K? What about at UE 2%?

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