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New Zealand's National Business Review
Stocks take breatherto a seasonally adjusted 264,000 for the week ended June 4. "The hand-wringing
Stocks take breather
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 17 days ago
to a seasonally adjusted 264,000 for the week ended June 4. "The hand-wringing over the May jobs report may be misplaced," Joel Naroff, chief economist at Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania, told Reuters. Separately, a Commerce Department... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stocks take breather on world marketsto a seasonally adjusted 264,000 for the week ended June 4. "The hand-wringing
Stocks take breather on world markets
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
to a seasonally adjusted 264,000 for the week ended June 4. "The hand-wringing over the May jobs report may be misplaced," Joel Naroff, chief economist at Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania, told Reuters. Separately, a Commerce Department... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US economic outlook brightens on upbeat job, inventory dataeconomists' expectations for an increase to 270,000. "The hand-wringing over t
US economic outlook brightens on upbeat job, inventory data
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
economists' expectations for an increase to 270,000. "The hand-wringing over the May jobs report may be misplaced," said Joel Naroff, chief economist at Economic Advisors in Holland, Pennsylvania. Claims have dropped by 30,000 since surging to... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
U.S. gains just 38,000 jobs, fewest in 5 years; rate at 4.7 percentsignal we’ve got recently,” said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorg
U.S. gains just 38,000 jobs, fewest in 5 years; rate at 4.7 percent
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 23 days ago
signal we’ve got recently,” said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in New York. Economist Joel Naroff said he will not be surprised if New Jersey’s job report, expected to be released on June 16, is also... Read more
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Philly.com
Help wanted: Why so few new jobs in May?hospitality, wholesale trade and temporary staffing. "I didn't expect this big
Help wanted: Why so few new jobs in May?
Philly.com / Posted 23 days ago
hospitality, wholesale trade and temporary staffing. "I didn't expect this big a surprise," Bucks County economist Joel Naroff wrote in an email. "But the data in both the unemployment and payroll portion of the report were so outsized that... Read more
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Bankrate.com
What to expect from the May jobs reportFed is not looking for strong or solid; moderate is good enough," says economis
What to expect from the May jobs report
Bankrate.com / Posted 26 days ago
Fed is not looking for strong or solid; moderate is good enough," says economist Lindsey Piegza with Stifel. But economist Joel Naroff cautions the Fed also wants to see better news on worker pay. "This one report will be important but not the only... Read more
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Bankrate.com
What to expect from the May jobs reportFed is not looking for strong or solid; moderate is good enough," says economis
What to expect from the May jobs report
Bankrate.com / Posted 28 days ago
Fed is not looking for strong or solid; moderate is good enough," says economist Lindsey Piegza with Stifel. But economist Joel Naroff cautions the Fed also wants to see better news on worker pay. "This one report will be important but not the only... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Workers uncertain about OT law impactmake choices that best suit their workers instead of those that do the least sh
Workers uncertain about OT law impact
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 29 days ago
make choices that best suit their workers instead of those that do the least short-term damage to their bottom lines, said Joel Naroff, president of Naroff Economic Advisors Inc. According to the latest U.S. jobs report, average hourly earnings... Read more
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Daily Record
5 reasons Jersey Shore tourism could sizzlehigher than the previous year, according to government statistics. In short, "
5 reasons Jersey Shore tourism could sizzle
Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
higher than the previous year, according to government statistics. In short, "the money is there to be spent," said Joel Naroff, an economist who advises the New Jersey Business and Industry Association, a business trade group. There are... Read more
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