December 6, 2019

US job creation beats expectations in November.But other indicators point to a weakening labor market

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In November, US the economy added 266K new jobs, much above expectations. The unemployment rate fell to a record low of 3.5%.
US job creation beats expectations in November.But other indicators point to a weakening labor market
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Highlights:

  • In November, US the economy added 266K new jobs, much above expectations. The unemployment rate fell to a record low of 3.5%.
  • One off factors, like the end of the strikes in the auto sector, explain a part of the rebound. But employment growth was particularly strong in other sectors like healthcare.
  • This very positive performance contrasts with the mixed signals coming from other data, like job openings and business surveys.
  • The November labor market numbers will confirm the Fed in its decision to stay put; however, we still expect that weak Q1 will lead to another rate cut by the summer.

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US JOB CREATION
BEATS EXPECTATIONS IN NOVEMBER. BUT OTHER INDICATORS POINT TO A WEAKENING LABOR MARKET

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