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U.S. Job Growth Slows Sharply, Unemployment Rate Falls

U.S. employers added the fewest number of workers in 10 months in March, but a drop in the unemployment rate to a near 10-year low of 4.5 percent pointed to a labor market that continues to tighten. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 98,000 jobs last month as the retail sector shed employment for a second straight month, the Labor Department said on Friday, the fewest since last May. The economy enjoyed job gains...

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Markets Take Late Hit

Sellers swoop in afternoon trading to whip nascent demand built after a positive open. The sell off was attributed to an indecisive Federal Reserve, but profit taking can occur at any time when an extended series of small gains is undone by one big day of selling. Volume rose in confirmed distribution.The index most vulnerable heading into today was also the one to suffer most at the hands of sellers. The Russell 2000 suffered a big hit as it dropped...

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Fed Minutes Show a Divided Central Bank on Trump and Inflation

Federal Reserve officials last month struggled to come to grips with two big uncertainties facing the U.S. economy — whether it would be safe to let inflation rise faster for a while and how to assess the impact of President Donald Trump’s ambitious economic stimulus plans. Minutes of the Fed’s discussion at their March meeting released Wednesday showed near-unanimous support for the quarter-point increase in its key policy rate...

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Readying for the Breakout

Today's action was more subtle with indices regaining some of the Monday's lost ground, yet not enough to challenge prior highs.Best of the action was the Nasdaq 100. It's well placed to break above 5,450 and free itself from resistance. The MACD is very close to a trigger 'buy' with good relative performance against improving Russell 2000.The Russell 2000 didn't post a gain but it did hang on to 20-...

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US Trade Deficit Falls More than Expected in February

The U.S. trade deficit fell more than expected in February as exports increased to a two-year high and slowing domestic demand weighed on imports. The narrowing in the trade gap comes as the Trump administration is pushing ahead with its agenda for fair trade and bringing back manufacturing jobs to the United States as it seeks to boost economic growth. The Commerce Department said on Tuesday the trade deficit declined 9.6 percent ...

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Morning Charts 04/04/2017 SPx /es

No QE = No market. EU pulling some and now this - Abe Advisor Says It's Time To Pull The Plug On QE. Don't worry, it won't last long. Just long enough to get the proper amount of shorts lined up for slaughter. On to the lie - DOW Daily - DOW 50 dma support to crack at open. Usually when that cracks it falls to the 100 dma. If that's the case this time then a tumble to near 19,133 could be ...

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Why Odds Still Favor New Record Highs In Stocks

This Is What Increasing Fear Looks Like The chart below shows the S&P 500’s 100-day moving average (blue), 200-day (red), and 300-day (green) during the transition from a favorable period to an unfavorable period (2005-2008). Moving averages allow us to focus on longer-term trends rather than inevitable day to day volatility. Charts cannot predict the future; they simply help ...

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