This article was posted on Friday, 13:59, UTC.
The US Non-Farm Payrolls number for June came out a few minutes ago, and the headline number was much better than expected, with more than 200K new jobs added during the month. The whole report was a mixed bag, as wage growth was lower than the consensus estimate and the Unemployment rate also unexpectedly ticked higher, albeit from a decade-long low.
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- 222,000 non-farm jobs added in June vs. the expected 175,000
- Wages grew by a monthly 0.2% compared to the expected growth of 0.3%
- Unemployment came in at 4.4% vs. the expected 4.3%
Let’s see what the numbers could mean for the markets and the monetary policies of the Fed and the ECB.
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