Modest U.S. Nonfarm job growth figures were released Friday. As they do the first Friday of every month, investors had their ears in tune to the U.S. Nonfarm payroll roll figures.
The Labor Department reported 157,000 additional jobs. According to Reuters, there were also “127,000 more jobs created in November and December than previously reported.” Therefore, modest unemployment figures maybe suggest more momentum than we are seeing. Do you think these employment statistics have anything to do with United States Quantitative Easing? If so, share your thoughts below!
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