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US Labor Market On Fire: May Jobs Data Reveals Employment Boom, Steady Wage Growth, Putting The Fed On The Fence

The U.S. labor market is hot and continues to show tight conditions, posing a difficult dilemma for the Federal Reserve regarding whether to raise interest rates further or hit the pause button.


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Booming ADP Employment, Stable Unemployment Claims Set Stage For Friday’s Key May Jobs Report

The American labor market continues to demonstrate its strength, with the ADP reporting Thursday a notable and better-than-expected surge in private employment in May. Concurrently, the Department of Labor signaled a lower-than-anticipated rise in unemployment claims last week, further reinforcing healthy conditions in the job market.


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IMF Anticipates ‘Persistent Inflation Problem’ For US, Interest Rates To Stay At 5.5% Until 2024

The International Monetary Fund says the U.S. economy won't escape the challenge of persistent inflation if the job market does not soften and monetary policy does not stay tight for an extended period of time. On Friday, the U.S.


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Manufacturing Crashes Further While Services Boom: What You Need To Know About Latest US PMI Data

The latest Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) survey from S&P Global showed Tuesday that business activity in the United States reached its highest level in 13 months in May, rising to 54.5 and indicating expansion, although the gap between manufacturing and services continues to widen.