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dependent on temporary growth factors, particularly inventories, said Harm Bandholz, chief U.S. 【白姐救民一码救民基地 】economist at UniCredit Research【南风窗今期跑狗玄机图 】 in New York. “There is 【白小姐传密2017第三期 】more support coming from private demand, particularly consumption. But the labor market improvement is still way slower than what everybody would hope for. The Labor Departm【天空彩票手机看开码 】ent will release the closely watched employment report at 8:30 a.m. and it is expected to【玛曲赛马会2017几天 】 add to a run of stronger U.S.
economic data. Speculation about a strong jobs report helped push the U.S. dollar to a five-week high against t
he euro on Thursday. “There’s a【跑狗图全解070期 】 st【平特一肖主一码 】rong cons
ensus that there will be some good numbers coming out of the (United) States tomorrow ... and expectation of a huge payrolls number is fueling all sorts of dollar buying, said C.J. Gavsie, managing direc【四不像生肖网站 】tor of FX sales at BMO Capital Markets in Toronto. Nonetheless, the unemployment rate is expected to have only ticked down to 9.7 percent 【2017六开彩116期歇后语 】from 9.8 percent in N
ovember. 【香港新粤彩网址 】Strong employment numbers for
December would be a boost for President Barack Obama. High joblessness cost his Democratic Party control of the U.S. House of Representati【一句解一肖一字拆一肖中特 】ves. Fe【幽默猜玄机图003 】deral Reserve officials will weigh the jobs repo【2020第101期跑狗图 】rt when they meet on January 25-26. Signs of strength could increase calls for 【君伴佳人至三更打一肖 】the U.S. central bank to scale
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rogram. FED TO STAY THE COURSE Fed Chairman Be【88期的玄机图 】n Bernanke speaks on the economic outlook before the【2015年马报全年资料大全 】 Senate Budget Committee at 9:30 a.m.. Analysts say the Fed’s focus is on unemployment and expect it to complete the bond-buying plan. “Gain【2018年002期另版跑狗图 】s in payr
olls won&【香港抓码王 】rsquo;t be enough to spar【黄大仙救世报彩图2020、年154期 】k a change in Fed policy until the gains either accumulate for many, 【香港曾道人救世网特码 高手 】many months or are accompanied by gains in inflation expectations, said Tony Crescenzi, a strategist at bond fund PIMCO. The economy usually needs to create at least 125,000 jobs a month to keep the unemployment rate from rising, but a faster pace might be needed now since so many discouraged workers are sitting on the sidelines. As job growth picks up, these workers could re-enter the labor force, keeping upwa【2020年官方四肖期期 】rd pressure on the jobless rat
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ng to an improvement in job market conditions. 【跑狗图历史记录2018 】 On Wednesday, payrolls processing company ADP Employer Services 【2018年026期图解跑狗图 】said private employ【2015全年特码资资料 】
ers added 297,000 workers in December — the largest gain on ADP records dati【白小姐救世论坛 】ng to 2000. M【东方心经免费官方网 】any econom【118彩图库开i奖 】ists raised their payrolls forecasts after the ADP report but some cautioned it may have been skewed by technical factors. Others said it was often an unrelia【2020年012期马图 】ble guide to predicting the government&rsqu【三长二短要人命打一肖 】o;s payroll count. Employment gains in【2020新跑狗图152期 】 December are seen led by the private serv【www.跑狗图123 】ices sector. A rebound in retail jo【5043跑狗论坛 】bs is expected after a surprise 28,100 slump in November when retailers reported their best sales in years. Temporary hiring, seen as a harbinger of permanent employment, is expected to have held steady. The goods-producing sector probably shed jobs in December after losing 15,【大刀皇之梦幻组合二版 】000 in November, with manufa【香港赛马会港彩报特 】cturing payrolls likely
falling a fifth straight month. Little or no change is expected in construction employment. Government jobs are expected to shrink after November’s 11,000 fall, reflecting lower local government employment. The a
verage work week is seen steady at 34.3 hours. Employers tend to extend hours for existing workers before taking on new employees. Average hourly earnings are seen up 0.2 percent after be【2018跑狗论坛www45977 】ing flat in November. The Labor Department will publish annual revisions to household survey data from which the u【马经123图库 】nemployment rate is derived which could see revis【新版美女六肖图 】ions for the past five years.