If this is just the appetizer, imagine how bad the main course is going to be.
Jobs Report Blows Through Expectations, But Market Likely To View Numbers As Stale
The numbers are good, but things have changed and the situation is fluid.
Blockbuster November Jobs Report Bolsters Case For Prolonged US Expansion
This should put to bed the recession calls – at least for a month.
October Jobs Report Beats Handily, Revisions Add 95k To September, August
And so, the labor market hangs tough, it would appear.
Jobs Report Has Goldilocks Feel, But Offers More Evidence Of Cooling Economy. All Eyes On Fed Implications
The US labor market averted a sharp slowdown in September and revisions added 38k to August’s headline.
Not Goldilocks: Jobs Report Misses, Wage Growth Comes In Hot
Disappointing headline and hot wage inflation.
Jobs Report In Line For July, Wage Growth Heats Up
Interpretation was rendered difficult by the Fed’s muddled message and the president’s latest tariff threat.
Jobs Report Blows Past Highest Estimate, Wage Growth Still Cool, Unemployment Rate Ticks Higher
Is good news “bad” news this time?
Jobs Report Misses Lowest Estimate Boosting Rate Cut Bets
This will only make the easing calls grow louder.
Jobs Report Blows Away Estimates, Unemployment Rate Falls, Wage Growth Again Cooler-Than-Expected
Who wants to re-trade the Fed?
Jobs Report Misses Lowest Estimate, Wage Inflation Cools
You wanted “dovish” data, here’s some.
Of Truces, Cartel Meetings And Jobs: Full Week Ahead Preview
Strap in for a full docket.
Trying Times: Full Week Ahead Preview
It can’t possibly be as bad as last week, right?
30° Of Separation And Cheshire Cat’s Revenge
“We’re all mad here”.
Now Hiring: Full Week Ahead Preview
Another week, another litmus test…
Cheshire Catâ€™s Smile Redux: ‘Not Exactly A Party Cocktail’
And see, that’s where the problem comes in.
Jobs Report Beats And Wage Inflation Is Comin’ In Hot, Folks
There’s some wage inflation.
Blockbuster: Full Week Ahead Preview
What summer lull?
Jobs Report: Headline Beats, Hourly Earnings Miss, Unemployment Rate Moves Up To 4%
Unlike last month, Donald Trump didn’t tweet out the jobs report an hour ahead of time on Friday, so that’s disappointing.Â