on 08:36 Octuber 04, 2019
Fewer than anticipated jobs created in September. 136,000 jobs were added below the 142,000 expected but positive revisions to the report for prior months added a positive spin to the data. wages remained unchanged, again failing expectations for a 0.4% pay rise but the overall unemployment rate went down to 3.5% from 3.7% the previous month mainly because a reduction in the participation rate.
US futures higher on the news with the S&P500 ETF up to 2,915 from around 2,900. The dollar a dash higher across the board.
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