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Soft retail sales in the US and a sharp rise in US dollar left investors edgy a day before the payrolls report. Asia ex-Japan index was down 0.3 per cent with materials and energy shares underperforming as the stronger dollar weighed on commodity
Stockphoto Every month, a company called ADP Employer Services releases its estimate of private sector job creation exactly two days before the Bureau of Labor Statics issues its own stab at tallying both public and private new jobs. The ADP numbers
A key gauge of the service sector, which includes retailers, hotels, health care and other industries, likely expanded in December by the fastest pace in more than four years. That would give the economy an important boost.
The Economic Monitor Subscribe to The Economic Monitor to get the day's most relevant news, data and anlaysis . Sample The ADP report, which is a measure of the monthly change of nonfarm private employment, is due to release at 8:15 am EDT.
Local authority documents reveal that flood of warning letters about to go out as public sector cuts bite Public servants possibly including the police face job cuts. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA At least 100,000 public servants will receive grim
Mr Osborne revealed the move today when updating MPs on the package of financial support for Ireland, confirming that the bilateral loan was 'in principle' for 3.25 billion in sterling. Rescue package: Chancellor George Osborne delivered his autumn
We've seen an impressive recovery in the economy and particularly in tax revenues" The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), the Treasury's independent forecaster, will reduce its estimate of public sector job losses by 2015 from the projected 490,
Washington unemployment steady at 9.1 percent Washington unemployment steady at 9.1 percent Washington's unemployment rate remained at 9.1 percent in October as the state rode five straight months of private-sector job growth, officials reported
The number of jobless is double the number of unemployed in Britain. See the breakdown by region and the costs of getting people back to work Get the data The budget's attempt to reduce the state in the north won't necessarily result in new jobs.
Four in 10 public-sector employers have begun to make workers redundant, new data will reveal today, just a month after the Government spelled out its plans for cuts in the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR)...CSR could result in 1.5 million job