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Saturday, June 8

8th Jun - Special: US Payrolls

Pickup in hiring points to U.S. economic resilienceReuters

How much jobs growth is enough? Fed papers show divideReuters

'Just right' jobs data could help equitiesReuters
The U.S. May jobs report came in just right for investors - neither too weak nor too strong to rock the boat - but market participants are now questioning what's next for stocks.

Instant View: May nonfarm payrolls rise by 175,000Reuters
Employers stepped up hiring in May, a sign the economy was growing modestly but not strong enough to convince the Federal Reserve to scale back the amount of cash it is pumping into the banking system.

Payrolls in U.S. Rose 175,000 in May, Unemployment 7.6% - BB
American employers took on more workers than forecast in May as the world’s largest economy weathered the impact of higher taxes and federal spending cuts.

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May Employment Report: 175,000 Jobs, 7.6% Unemployment RateCalculated Risk

Data Analysis: Highlights from the May Jobs ReportWSJ

Five Takeaways From Jobs ReportWSJ

Government Continues to Eliminate JobsWSJ

Analysis: A Decent-to-Good Jobs ReportWSJ

Economists React: Something for Everyone in Jobs ReportWSJ

Reading the jobs report through the Fed’s eyesMoney Supply / FT

More of the SameTim Duy’s Fed Watch
An unexciting report.  Little to change the view that the economy continues to shuffle forward despite the numerous negative shocks since the recovery began.  At best, some hints of future strength in the labor force gains

May Data Show Continued Moderate Improvement in US Labor MarketEconoMonitor

Same Old, Same Old: Modest Growth For The Labor MarketThe Capital Spectator

Employment Report Comments and more GraphsCalculated Risk

Forecasters more accurate on U.S. payrolls: perhaps a good signMacroScope / Reuters

No relief in sight for millions of unemployed Americans: Cleveland Fed reportMacroScope / Reuters

Jobs Data Not Sufficient to Impact Tapering DebateMarc to Market

May payrolls: +175,000, and unemployment rate up to 7.6 per centalphaville / FT

Steady as she goesFree exchange / The Economist

Everything you need to know about the May jobs reportWonkblog / WP

The May jobs report, in charts!Wonkblog / WP

The jobs report was pretty solid. So why aren't wages rising?Wonkblog / WP

A Liquidity-Driven Market Reacts To The Payrolls DataZH

Where The (Low-Paying) Jobs Were AreZH

Number Of Older Workers (55 And Over) Rises To New Record HighZH

Real Unemployment Rate: 11.3% - ZH

Graphs for Duration of Unemployment, Unemployment by Education and Diffusion IndexesCalculated Risk