Hiring slowing to 150K-200K/month by end ’16
Look for job growth to gradually retreat into the range of 150,000 to 200,000 jobs per month — versus a strong 255,000 jobs added in July — as the hot employment market of the past few years downshifts to a more sustainable pace.
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1.4% growth for the year; a 2% pace in ’17
The U.S. economy continues to plod along in lackluster fashion, as evidenced by the fact that the gross domestic product climbed at just a 1.2% annualized rate in the second quarter.
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After a furious spring rally, the oil market has been flirting with bear market territory recently. Some might say it looks eerily similar to last year, when crude shot up in the spring before free-falling. For oil, will it be déjà vu all over again? Continue reading “Oil market woes look like deja vu all over again”
The security threat posed by quantum computers. A turning point for the computer chip industry. Free advice on ransomware attacks. Tech stocks continue to please Wall Street. Africa set to add a quarter-billion web users. The U.K.’s tech sector takes a hit. Continue reading “U.S. unprepared for new security threat posed by quantum computers, and other Tech updates”