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Australia Jobless Rate Edges Higher, Employment Misses Judgments

Australia Jobless Rate Edges Higher, Employment Misses Estimates By Michael Heath @maheath1 More storeys by Michael Heath Updated on Participation rate equals highest level in seven years New South Wales contributed territory professions gains, Victoria the losses Australia contributed fewer places than forecast in February and unemployment margined higher as more parties tried study, suggesting … Read More

Australian Jobless Rate Unexpectedly Drops on East-Coast Hiring

Australian unemployment unexpectedly decreased in September after a flare of hiring in the two most populous states. Key Details Employment rose 19,800 from August; economists calculate 15,000 increase Jobless rate fell to 5.5%; reckon 5.6% Full-time jobs rose by 6,100; part-time employment climbed 13,700 Participation rate was unchanged from a revised 65.2% Aussie dollar bought … Read More

4 Ways The State Of The Union Got Stronger Under Obama

President Barack Obama gives his final State of the Union address on Tuesday evening, and this speech won’t be like the ones he has given previously. In the past, Obama has applied the address mainly to sketch out a specific, point-by-point schedule for the course of the year. This time, aides have said, the president … Read More

U.S. Growth Cools to 2.3% While Compensation Rates Intensify

What Our Economists Say First-quarter GDP is better than consensus, as Bloomberg Economics projected, but don’t pop the champagne yet. Excluding armory stockpiling, the amount is considerably less robust. Final sales, or GDP ex-inventories, rose 1.9% vs. 3.4% prior — the softest expres since the fourth quarter of 2016. We spotlit this not to be … Read More