US Job market|
|How Strong is the U.S. Job Market?|
The net job growth, in and of itself, is not atypical, as it represents the approximate average monthly increase generated by the recovering U.S. economy over the past 31 months. More telling is an ironic statistic: 2.25 million people quit their jobs ...
|Oil rises on positive reading on US job market|
San Francisco Chronicle
The price of oil rose to a high for the week after a positive reading on the U.S. job market. By midday in New York, benchmark oil for July delivery was up $1.36 to $95.10 a barrel. Oil earlier rose as high as $95.32. Oil prices received support from ...
|Grand Rapids job market ranks third in US for summer|
Grand Rapids Business Journal (subscription)
Manpower noted that the industries where job prospects are the best are construction, durable goods manufacturing, nondurable goods manufacturing, transportation and utilities, wholesale and retail trade, information, financial activities, professional ...
|Market Buzz: US Fed's policy meeting to set course|
Markets have been under pressure of the Fed's upcoming decision since late May when Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said the US central bank might pull back on its stimulus if indicators, especially the job market, steadily improve. On Monday the US is to ...
|Market Buzz: Rebound on US news|
US stocks rallied Thursday on positive reports from the US job market and optimistic update on retail sales, easing concerns over a steep fall in Japan. The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 1.2 percent, to 15,176.08, ending its three-day-long series ...
|US Job Market Gains Could Lead Fed to Taper QE3 Early|
The marked improvement in the labor market since the U.S. central bank began its third round of quantitative easing, or QE3, has added an edge to calls by some policy hawks to dial down the stimulus. The roughly 50 percent jump in monthly job creation ...
|May another solid month for women in US job market|
Unemployment for adult women, those 20 and older, fell for the third time in four months to 6.5 percent. That's the lowest since January 2009, when it was the same rate. While unemployment rose for adult white women, at 5.8 percent it was still among ...