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Sep 13 2021
11:00 am - EDT
Image The Impact of Stronger U.S. Employment Data on Central Bank Policy and Ultimately Asset Prices Watch on GoTo Webinar

The U.S. July employment report (non-farm payrolls) beat expectations among economists surveyed on Bloomberg across multiple metrics (headline number, unemployment rate, average hourly work week and average hourly earnings). In fact, according to the JOLTS job openings data there are now more job vacancies in U.S. (10.073 million) than unemployed people.

In this presentation, we will look at the impact this has on the U.S. economic recovery, the Federal Reserve central bank policy and the potential knock-on effect to asset prices.

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James Brodie

Founder

Athena Financial Solutions

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