Put a slightly different way...
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.
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Takeaway: A closer look at global macro market developments.
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Takeaway: Just a few months ago "accelerating" economic data signaled a bottom in equities, according to Old Wall economists. Yeah, well, not so much.
That's the most appropriate word to describe supposedly "accelerating" economic data around the globe a few months ago. The headfake is becoming more evident and is taking the hatchet to some global equity markets.
Below is analysis via Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough in a note sent to subscribers earlier this morning:
China evidently has not 'bottomed' – neither the made-up Chinese data nor the stock market is healthy right now; Shanghai Comp hammered for a -2.8% loss overnight and remains in #crash mode -44% since July of 2015 (Italy -26% and Nasdaq -10% since then)
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