“From the graph it appears that every other NBER-declared recession was accompanied by a fall in nonfarm payrolls of at least 2% (and many greater than that).”
““The 63,000 decline in nonfarm pay-rolls in February is near-conclus-ive proof that the economy is now in recession.””
“The land market is so strong that recent years have seen the rise of the so-called nonfarm investor, or the outside buyers who some consider speculators.”
“But if you want to focus a single economic indicator, job growth during the presidential election year - especially as measured by the series called nonfarm payrolls - has a lot going for it.”
“But the uptrend hasn't stopped and the stock market is likely to resume its rally" on the back of likely positive U.S. economic data such as nonfarm payroll data that are due to be released this week.”
“Together, "nonfarm" employees produce about 80% of U.S. GDP”
“In addition, markets are bracing for U.S. nonfarm payrolls data on Friday, a crucial indicator for the direction of the U.S. recovery.”
“If reports, including Wednesday's nonmanufacturing index and Friday's nonfarm jobs report, confirm bond bears' views that the slowdown in recent weeks is just a soft patch, yields are likely to rise.”
“Data on output per hour and unit labor costs are available for the U.S. business sector, the nonfarm business sector, and the manufacturing sector.”
“The disappointing jobs reading comes ahead of the most closely watched report on U.S. employment levels, the nonfarm payrolls report, due Friday.”
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