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Friday, February 1

1st Feb - Special: US Jan Employment

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US January Employment Report: Average – TradingFloor

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January Employment ReportBureau of Labor Statistics

Employment report points to steady economic growthReuters
Job growth grew modestly in January and gains in the prior two months were bigger than initially reported, supporting views the economy's sluggish recovery was on track despite a surprise contraction in output in the final three months of 2012.

U.S. Payrolls Rose in January After Jumping at End of 2012BB
Hiring increased in January after accelerating more than previously estimated at the end of 2012, evidence the U.S. labor market was making progress even as lawmakers quarreled over the federal budget.

Jobs Data Will Dampen Talk of US Recession, but does Dollar No Favors – Marc to Market

157K New Jobs, Unemployment Rate Rises to 7.9% – dshort

U.S. nonfarm payrolls and unemployment – graphic of the day – Thomson Reuters

Four Takeaways From January Jobs Report – WSJ

Don’t Dismiss Rise in Unemployment – WSJ

Another sluggish report, but with strong upward revisions to prior months – Calculated Risk

ISM Manufacturing index increases in January to 53.1, Consumer Sentiment improves – Calculated Risk

Is Housing Recovery Finally Generating Jobs? – WSJ

Good news on jobs: Growth was steady to start the year, and 2012 was better than first thought – Wonkblog / WP

The jobs report in six charts – Wonkblog / WP

At this pace, the U.S. won't get back to full employment until 2022 – Wonkblog / WP

The inherently complex payrolls report – Felix Salmon / Reuters

Jobs Data Will Dampen Talk of US Recession, but does Dollar No Favors – Marc to Market

Private Payrolls Rise A Modest 166k In January – The Capital Speculator

Unemployment rise but job growth strengthen – Danske Bank (pdf)
Post NFP, pre-ISM comment on USD – TradingFloor

Never ever have the reality and the market been so far away – TradingFloor

Economists React: ‘Positive Glow’ From Jobs Report – WSJ

Employment Report Comments and more Graphs – Calculated Risk

Mixed Messages in the Employment Report – Tim Duy’s Fed Watch