Poor performance of the U.S. job market in August, said the timing of the interest rate is not ripe www.sdosta.org.cn

The labor market in the United States in August the poor performance analysis said the rate hike is not ripe – released Beijing News Agency in Washington on 2 September, 2, the U.S. Department of labor data show that in August the U.S. non farm sector added jobs for the number 151 thousand, more than 100 thousand lower than in the previous January. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.9% in January. Data show that in August the United States new jobs mainly in food, finance, medical, technical services and social assistance, mining, manufacturing and construction jobs decreased. In August the unemployment rate remained at 7 million 800 thousand, and the unemployment rate remained at $4.9% for the last three months. U.S. Department of labor 2, also in June this year and in July the number of new jobs were revised. After correction, the two figures were 271 thousand and 275 thousand. 1 this month, the U.S. Department of labor announced the number of weekly jobless claims in the United States for the first time. The report shows that in the week ended August 27th, the United States for the first time the number of jobless claims was 263 thousand, a slight increase compared with the previous. U.S. media generally believe that the United States in August the performance of the job market is less than expected, which will directly affect the Fed’s decision to raise interest rates. Some economists believe that if more than 200 thousand new jobs in August, the Fed may consider raising interest rates in the near future. But it turns out that the time is not yet ripe. According to a survey by the Reuters, in August employment data released, only 27% of the industry believes that the Fed may raise rates as early as this month, 57.7% of respondents said that the Fed may raise interest rates in December this year. (end)相关的主题文章: