What Wall Street Is Saying About The ‘Goldilocks’ February Jobs Report

In any event, here is some of the early analyst commentary that will of course continue to trickle in throughout the day from whoever hasn’t already headed out to the bar (which is where I would have been by now on a payrolls Friday were this two years ago).


Jobs Report Confuses Everyone Except Stocks, Which Are Not Confused


Jobs Report Beats, Average Hourly Earnings Misses

U.S. Feb. Nonfarm Payrolls Rose 313k

Avg. hourly earnings Y/y 2.6%

Not For The Faint-Hearted: Full Week Ahead Preview

This is not going to be for the faint of heart.

Jobs Report Beats ‘Bigly’, AHE Breezes Past Estimates

Looks like a barnburner.

If You Thought That Was Crazy: Full Week Ahead Preview

How about a little more fun?

Did The Economists ‘Steal Christmas’?

“Such seasonality is truly remarkable and unlike anything we have seen before.”

David Stockman Asks: ‘Dow 25,000, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?’

“…we know of no melt-up that had legs of more than a few months after the point that irrational exuberance went full retard, as is happening at this very moment.”

Jobs Report Misses Badly, Earnings In Line, Dollar’s Woes Continue

That could have been better.

‘Do Something!’

And that, folks, is the week.

Jobs Report Disappoints Bigly, Earnings Miss Too, Sending Dollar, Yields Lower

Don’t worry, December is still in play.

Trader: ‘Virtually No One Cares’

“Numbers have more and more immediate effect with little lasting impact.”

Everything But The Kitchen Sink: Full Week Ahead Preview

Well, there’s not a lot going on in the week ahead and by that I mean there’s so much going on that you couldn’t plan for it even if you wanted to.

Trump Lists ‘2nd Amendment’ As An Accomplishment, Says No One Is Talking About Weekly Jobless Claims

Donald Trump has spent even more time than usual tweeting on Saturday.

Goldman Raises December Rate Hike Odds After ‘Strong’ Payrolls Report

Bad news for stocks?