…but today he’s vigorously pumping the Jobs number. His Twitter is littered with the stuff. What a spam artist. Of course the ‘experts’ were wrong.
Sorry folks, but it’s all in the bag and according to plan. They are inflating and now with the Nasdaq at its previous all-time highs
You can click this graphic for the detailed November Payrolls report from BLS. Here is where the heavy lifting came from. There is the usual
According to those seers who are paid to usually be wrong, NFP would show +145,000 jobs after a fairly weak 130,000 last month. The employment
Who is surprised that Payrolls rebounded last month? I am not because this is a notoriously volatile economic data point and one bad month (May)
The headline says it all (tap for the MarketWatch story)… Full report here at BLS… And here is the graphical breakdown. The last few NFTRH
I have got a very choppy day and a suspect internet connection, so let’s let Anthony at Confounded Interest break out the details… Jobs Friday!
Ha ha ha, lucky guess per yesterday’s ‘playing it straight’ article… Click the Bloomy headline for full details… The great swami also nailed the Average
 With respect to my buzz phrases noted in the next paragraph, a wiseguy reminds me of my old target on HUI (888), AKA the
Non Farm Payrolls printed a negative number for the first time since 2010. Of course the Hurricanes are in there to large degree but still,
With the Semiconductor sector below but hailing its all-time highs, a lot of images come to mind; chief among them the 1999-2000 stock market bubble…
This week’s Notes From the Rabbit Hole included a little Payrolls/Wages related economic discussion before moving on to the usual coverage of stock markets, commodities,
The number is a little below estimates, but still fine. Of course, NFP is the laggard of laggards and we’ve got a leader of leaders,
+151,000… it’s not a very good number and so the theme introduced yesterday, of wobbling manufacturing and a potentially wobbling economy, continues. Here is a