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U.S. Day Ahead: U.S. jobs report still only game in town

Thursday, June 06, 2013 - 01:44

June 6 - Investors be biting their nails until 8:30 Friday morning, when the jobs report is released and a collective sigh of relief or anguish will heard around the globe.

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Investors are having to take relatives I -- -- the job numbers come out in the morning. Expect the only 170000. New hires and make up slightly from the previous month but will he averaged. Where the -- still in it would be enough to keep believe on the unemployment rate the big question -- what is that likely to do. It maintains that sort of place I think that was so confident that he is on the right track is seeing the significant improvement you walk us. I'm will be able to snow tapering. Towards the end of the media as most market participants think. Eating falls under a 150000 is going in the wrong direction. And that might start to make you think about increased -- -- and well. Guest this hour for now I'm I'm Harold in its range Credit Suisse is on for a 150000. Jobs in May after a weaker than expected pack your calls and manufacturing data. -- says don't expect growth of about 200000 for a while. Given a lot GDP readings. I'm the other hand UPS is expected 200000 new hires based on improving new claims numbers. And look at the latest reaction to that pastor or act originally is from our top analyst and expert continent. The rest of the largest retailers -- as its annual meeting wal mart's annual shareholder meetings are usually note. Celebrity appearance is a lot of business and shareholder proposal. This year Wal-Mart is likely to face. As workers push for higher wages and activists to ensure safety factories. Such as Bangladesh. Wal-Mart shares are up 15%. Over the past year. Pilot on Twitter at -- -- this matter again where are idiots and -- dot com slash writers TV and Bobbi -- it's his writers.

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U.S. Day Ahead: U.S. jobs report still only game in town

Thursday, June 06, 2013 - 01:44