The Economic Data calendar for the week of the 9th of May through the 13th of May is full of critical releases and events. Here is a snapshot of some of the headline numbers that we will be focused on.
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Takeaway: U.S. jobs growth peaked in Febraury 2015. It's been all downhill ever since.
Despite financial media headlines trumpeting "Everything You Need To Know" about today's jobs report, the Old Wall media missed the most obvious story of all. Digging a tiny bit deeper reveals the real story. Job growth peaked in Febraury 2015. It's been all downhill ever since.
Sure, we all know job growth slowed to 160,000, well below the 200,000 number Wall Street economists were predicting.
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Job growth peaked in Febraury 2015. It's been all downhill ever since.
And finally, a message from our outspoken CEO Keith McCullough. What you should have owned heading into today's #LateCycle Jobs Report.
Takeaway: A closer look at global macro market developments.
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In this brief excerpt from The Macro Show yesterday, Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough denounces Donald Trump who reportedly said that a strong dollar is a big problem. “If you think a strong dollar is a problem, you’re a jackass,” McCullough said. “Strengthening the purchasing power of the people is the answer.”
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