Jobs Friday clashes with March Fed meeting

It’s Jobs Friday. That means the monthly Wall Street guessing game, “Will they or won’t they hike?” will kick off after the federal government lets the world know how many

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Jobs report could get Fed to pull the trigger

Whether the Federal Reserve pulls the trigger on an interest rate hike next month at its final meeting of the year could hinge on how many jobs the U.S. economy

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Employers added solid 215,000 jobs in July

The economy added a solid 215,000 jobs last month in a development that could help give the Federal Reserve the evidence it needs to raise interest rates in September for

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Applications for unemployment aid plunge to 42-year low

The number of Americans filing initial applications for unemployment benefits fell to a 42-year low last week in the latest sign the labor market is poised for further gains. First-time

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Monthly average of jobless claims hit 15-year low

The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits ticked lower last week, pushing down the four-week average of applications to its lowest level since April 2000. Weekly applications fell 1,000

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A great jobs report for investors

The jobs report met expectations for once, and that’s good news for stock and bond investors. The U.S. economy added 223,000 jobs in April, according to the Bureau of Labor

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Despite jobs report, warning signs abound

Economists got it right last month: 223,000 jobs were added to the economy in April, in line with the 228,000 expected, while the unemployment rate fell to 5.4%. Wages even

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April job gains rebound to 223,000; unemployment dips

Milder weather helped the labor market shake off a winter chill in April as employers added 223,000 jobs. The unemployment rate fell from 5.5% to 5.4%, lowest since May 2008.

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Unemployment benefit claims fall to 15-year low

Initial claims for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level in 15 years last week, a sign of an improving labor market and more stable employment for Americans. Seasonally adjusted

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Service-sector growth slowed in March

Service companies’ activity grew at a slower rate in March, a closely watched index shows, reflecting a generally sluggish economy in the first quarter. The Institute for Supply Management said

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“Good” March jobs report may not be so good

The markets are gearing up for the all-important jobs report due out Friday. The report will likely show that last month the economy, once again, added hundreds of thousands of

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CEO Predicts a Bright Future for UniFocus Clients and Their Guests

March 13, 2015 – Boca Raton, FL — Modern corporations face major challenges pertaining to workforce management. Mark Heymann, Chairman and CEO of UniFocus discusses his company’s unique ability to address

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