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U.S. Week Ahead: Jobs creation still not enough

Friday, December 30, 2011 - 02:14

Dec. 30 - Reuters Economics Editor Stella Dawson says expect Friday's non-farm payrolls to rise by 150,000 - still not enough to put a significant dent in unemployment.

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Period you -- US week ahead the spotlight will falls on the jobs report out on Friday at 8:30 AM nonfarm payrolls are set to rise by 150000. What -- economics editors -- Dawson says that won't be enough to put a dent in the unemployment rate. The pace of payroll growth has doubled over the last three -- 250000. But that's still way below with a 200000 plus level -- it needs to be every month. In -- to bring down the unemployment rate so hence the unemployment rate may well have ticked off in December 28 point 7%. We will get inside into the Fed -- minutes from its last policy meeting are released on Tuesday at 2 PM back in mid December at the Central Bank warned that -- mile in Europe. -- the big risk to the US economy there was one this centers Chicago -- Charles Evans. He called for -- stimulus. Economists expect more QE when the Fed meets again in January. Investors will check -- help them recover and keep manufacturing and services data on tap the -- that manufacturing reed is out Wednesday that followed by vehicle sales on Wednesday. Thursday CI CSC chain store sales. The ADP jobs report. And the ISM services report but bias and manufacturing and services are set to rise in December. Retailer and set to dominate results highlights include Family Dollar Monsanto and Constellation Brands all our album Thursday. Monsanto is the start might stand out that that's the earnings of eighteen cents a share in the first quarter. That's surprised to the upside of a whopping 15%. When compared to mean estimate this. At Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney could score and -- knock out on Tuesday at the Iowa Caucuses. The latest poll numbers show the former Massachusetts governor holds a narrow lead in the Hawkeye State over his closest rival Ron Paul. Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum is now happening at policy he'll be seeing a late surged in his popularity. And don't forget it isn't market holiday in the US on Monday. I've got to shop -- this is Reuters Insider.

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U.S. Week Ahead: Jobs creation still not enough

Friday, December 30, 2011 - 02:14