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(ShareCast News) - Equities in the UK market ended lower on Friday after the US non-farm payrolls report missed forecasts.
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(ShareCast News) - US stocks finished in the red on Friday after the all-important non-farm payrolls report missed forecasts, stirring the debate on the timing of the first interest rates hike in nine years. 20 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Sovereign bond yields slid lower across the board amid sharp falls in commodity and equity markets despite a more or less solid reading on the current state of the US jobs market. 24 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Weakness seen in manufacturing payrolls. This matches the decline in the ISM manufacturing index in August, as the headwind from a stronger US dollar and uncertainty on global growth seem to be holding back both production and job growth. The current pace of job growth is in our view consistent with the FOMC's condition of 'some further improvement in the labour market'. Therefore, we believe the current uncertainty on the outlook combined with increased financial market volatility and low current inflation rates is likely to sway the Fed to wait a little longer before raising rates. We believe a first rate hike will come in December this year. - Signe Roed-Frederiksen, Danske Bank Yesterday
(ShareCast News) - Gold continued to post declines on Friday, as base metal futures slipped lower while oil benchmarks endured another volatile session. Yesterday
(ShareCast News) - European stocks fell on Friday, as investors digested a batch of mixed economic data and assessed a key report on US employment. Yesterday
(ShareCast News) - Next week, there is plenty of grist for the market's mill, with several potential opportunities for sharp market moves as Chinese stock markets re-open on Monday after their long weekend with some major data releases to follow later in the week, while the Bank of England will be centre of attention on Thursday. Yesterday
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