https://finance.yahoo.com/news/payrolls ... 17259.html
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01 lut 2019, 15:49
W jaki sposób została zakłócona?
according to the report, "there were no discernible impacts of the partial federal government shutdown on the estimates of employment, hours, and earnings from the establishment survey."
The change in total nonfarm payroll employment for November was revised up from +176,000 to +196,000, and as noted above, the change for December was revised down from +312,000 to +222,000. With these revisions, employment gains in November and December combined were 70,000 less than previously reported. After revisions, job gains have averaged 241,000 per month over the last 3 months
Many economists noted that January’s results could contain some “noise” due to impact from the 35-day partial government shutdown. For the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ establishment survey – which produces data on non-farm payrolls, earnings and hours worked – furloughed workers were counted as employed since their back pay was guaranteed.
For household survey data – including results for household employment, unemployment and labor force participation – furloughed workers who were not working for the BLS survey’s entire reference week were counted either as unemployed or temporarily laid off.
According to the BLS, the impact of the shutdown had some effect on January’s results. “Both the unemployment rate, at 4.0 percent, and the number of unemployed persons, at 6.5 million, edged up in January,” the BLS said in a statement. “The impact of the partial federal government shutdown contributed to the uptick in these measures. Among the unemployed, the number who reported being on temporary layoff increased by 175,000.”
A co do Powella - wiadomo, że gospodarka najważniejsza, ale jeśli ponad połowa Amerykanów ma bezpośrednio lub pośrednio w posiadaniu akcje/fundusze, to z rynkiem on też musi się liczyć...