It’s that time of the month again. The tax collections are complete for February so we know how the jobs market really did for the month. Meanwhile, the BLS will announce its fictitious jobs number for the month a week from tomorrow, which is a week later than usual.
The BLS bases its estimate on a haphazard and poorly conceived survey of employers, which the BLS then manipulates to the point of uselessness. Furthermore, apparently fewer employers are taking part in the survey, rendering this monthly exercise even less accurate than in years past. When it wasn’t very accurate to begin with. Subscribers, click here to download the report.
BOTTOM LINE: Revenues were weak. The jobs number should be weak. But fade any rally on that, both stocks and bonds, because xxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxxx.
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