Friday's jobs report definitely put a cap on market enthusiasm, suggesting the recovery remains tepid. Non-farm payrolls (NFP) added 120000 jobs in March, well below the 200000+ recorded over the last three months, indicating seasonal improvements
Shitty jobs report. By DougJ, Head of Infidelity April 6th, 2012. Time for more tax cuts, I guess. Share. Posted in C.R.E.A.M., Good News For Conservatives. This entry was posted on Friday, April 6th, 2012 at 10:25 am and is filed under
By David Gaffen | NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stock futures closed lower on Friday in brief, holiday-thinned trading after a much weaker-than-expected report on US job growth for March. Trading volumes were light because of the Good Friday holiday and market
By Paul R. La Monica @lamonicabuzzApril 6, 2012: 11:47 AM ET A weak jobs report may lead Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke to reconsider whether more stimulus is needed for the economy. But the Fed should not pull the trigger on QE3 just yet.
Today's jobs report was a big miss and a big disappointment. The March Non-Farm Payrolls report came in at 120000, well below expectations of 205000. Private payrolls missed badly, coming in at 121000 vs. expectations of