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U.S. Day Ahead: Factory jobs could be hit by sequestration

Tuesday, April 02, 2013 - 02:25

Apr 2 - Investors will scour the latest private sector jobs report out before the bell. Pay attention to the manufacturing sector for further clues about how sequestration could hit economic growth.

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But the FB 500 TV investors with an all time intra day high. Attention to the latest. Labor markets economists polled by Reuters say the private sector created 200000 jobs in March 2 month high. I have -- the heat will be manufacturing which is under pressure from 85 billion dollars for -- sequestration cuts. That sector is set to generate only 101000 jobs the weakest reading since November. It comes -- worst and expected the economy. For a greater slowdown in the second quarter. Here and other big -- is the highest them on any. Factory index I have fared as we should keep steady growth in services would be an exiting at a ten month high of about 56. Fifty indicate expansion and consumers are urging despite tax hikes and Angelina funds from the government. -- danger if anything under 54 point five that would mean Americans are starting to cut back on spending faster. And then economists expect. If you're still figuring out how to play food companies in the week of Warren Buffett and 3-D 23 billion dollar -- buy out the focus on caught program results -- -- just clarity and slammed -- fact is that to see its profits rise from a year ago. -- -- you pay attention to when the company that's about its recent five billion dollar acquisition of Ralcorp. Which makes private brand foods -- and are projected to deal what -- Hoekstra five cents a share to its full year earnings. What kind of -- cooking its stock is up 35%. Over the last year. -- also get results from perhaps the most controversial companies in the US wants and it's at its profits writes from a year ago farmers bought more of its genetically modified -- Analysts hoped to use company comments to gauge the outlook for key crops like corn and -- means that he is already estimating corn meals to be 35% this year and soybean output to rise by 13%. Meantime Monsanto has soared over 30%. In the last year. We'll follow us on Twitter Reuters Insider and get more of our great video that -- dot com slash writers TV. Find out how cows -- cows could hold the key to US immigration reform and dairy farmers' lobby for a longer term these as. For their workers. I'm putting this is for years.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Factory jobs could be hit by sequestration

Tuesday, April 02, 2013 - 02:25