Jobs report makes December rate hike a lock, raises chance of four hikes in 2019

The latest monthly report on the employment situation in the US saw the unemployment rate dip to its lowest level since 1969. While the addition to non-farm payrolls was below expectations, upward revisions to prior months made this a very bullish report. The numbers will add to the Fed's confidence that it can raise interest rates more aggressively without it's having a negative impact on the US economy.
The Numbers
Here are several of the September report's highlights that are positive, some t...


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