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Comerica Economic Weekly

Most U.S. economic data for the week was favorable, with one notable exception. In what looks like an aberration, U.S. payroll employment increased by only 142,000 in August, well below the consensus expectation of about 215,000. The weak report breaks … Continue reading

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August U.S. Employment

Job Gains Disappoint At +142K, U. Rate Ticks Down to 6.1% The August Payroll Employment Survey showed a weaker-than-expected gain of 142,000 jobs. The Unemployment Rate for August dipped slightly to 6.1 percent. Average Hourly Earnings increased by 0.2 percent … Continue reading

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August ADP Employment, Auto Sales, ISM Non-MF, UI Claims, July Trade, ECB

Late Summer U.S. Data Sizzles, Draghi Doubles Down The August ADP Employment Report showed an increase of 204,000 private-sector jobs. Auto Sales for August geared up to a 17.5 million unit annual rate. The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index increased to 59.6 … Continue reading

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July U.S. Employment, June Income and Spending

Solid Job Growth Shows Ongoing Improvement to U.S. Economy July U.S. Payroll Employment increased by 209,000 jobs. May and June were revised up by 15,000. The Unemployment Rate for July ticked up inconsequentially to 6.2 percent. Average Hourly Earnings were … Continue reading

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June U.S. Employment, May International Trade

Robust Job Growth Signals Ongoing Expansion for U.S. Economy The June Payroll Employment Survey showed a gain of 288,000 jobs. April and May were revised up. The Unemployment Rate for June fell to 6.1 percent. Average Hourly Earnings increased by … Continue reading

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May U.S. Employment

U.S. Payroll Employment Reaches New All-Time High, May U. Rate Steady at 6.3 Percent The May Payroll Employment Survey showed a gain of 217,000 jobs. April was revised down slightly. The Unemployment Rate for May was unchanged at 6.3 percent. … Continue reading

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May ADP Employment, ISM Surveys, Auto Sales, April International Trade

Mixed Bag of Data Mostly Positive, Consistent With Ongoing Moderate Expansion The ADP Employment Report for May showed a moderate increase of 179,000 private-sector jobs. The ISM Manufacturing Index for May improved to 55.4 percent, indicative of healthy conditions. The … Continue reading

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April U.S. Employment, Auto Sales

Upside Surprise as Job Growth Hits 288K, U Rate Down to 6.3 Percent The April Payroll Employment Survey showed a much better-than-expected gain of 288,000 jobs. The Unemployment Rate for April fell to 6.3 percent, but not for good reasons. … Continue reading

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2014Q1 GDP, April ADP Jobs, February House prices

As Expected, First Quarter GDP Clunker, Second Quarter Metrics Solid Real Gross Domestic Product growth was barely positive at a 0.1 percent annualized rate. The ADP Employment Report for April showed a solid gain of 220,000 private-sector jobs for the … Continue reading

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Comerica Economic Weekly

True to form, March came in like a lion and went out like a lamb, at least in terms of economic data. Now we get to see whether or not April is in fact the cruelest month. So far, it … Continue reading

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