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Saturday, August 3

3rd Aug - Special - Friday's Macro Data

Previously on MoreLiver’s:

July employment report press release – BLS
Payrolls Rose 162,000 in July; U.S Jobless Rate Falls – BB
Hiring slows in July, but jobless rate falls – Reuters
July Employment Report: 162,000 Jobs, 7.4% Unemployment Rate – Calculated Risk
Soft Jobs Report Keeps Tapering Thoughts at Bay, Pressures Dollar – Marc to Market

Everything you need to know about today's big jobs report – Wonkblog / WP
Highlights from the July Jobs Report – WSJ
Good and Bad News in Unemployment Rate Drop – WSJ
Analysis: Disappointing Jobs Report – WSJ
Where The Jobs Are (Retail) And Aren't (Construction) – ZH

Five Takeaways From Jobs Report – WSJ
Slower Jobs Growth In July, But The Macro Trend Remains Positive – The Capital Spectator
Ten Times More Waiter And Bartender Than Manufacturing Jobs Added In 2013 – ZH
Job Creation Under President Obama – Bespoke
Only 162K New Jobs, But Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.4% – dshort

Economists React: Jobs Data Disappoint on Multiple Fronts – WSJ
Economy Added 162,000 Jobs in July; Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.4% – CEPR
Employment Report: Steady, but Slow Improvement – Calculated Risk
Record Jobs For Old Workers; For Others - Not So Much – ZH
This was the 'Groundhog Day' of jobs reports – Wonkblog / WP

Jobs Data Muddy Fed Outlook – WSJ
Seasonality adjustment magic aside, private payrolls are growing in a linear fashion – Sober Look
Jobs Report Had Something for Everyone – WSJ
Jobs, the Stock Market, and (Almost) Everything, Explained – WSJ
Construction Jobs Are a Wreck – WSJ

A mixed bag of US jobs – Money Supply / FT
Fed’s Bullard: Need More Data Before Taper Question Can Be Settled – WSJ
The Big Four Economic Indicators: Nonfarm Employment and Personal Income – dshort
A weak report, but unemployment takes another leg down – Handelsbanken
To taper or not to taper? – Berenberg

Consumer Spending in U.S. Rose in Line With Forecast in June – BB
U.S. consumer spending, inflation rise in June – Reuters
PCE Price Index Update: The Core Measure Remains Well Below the Fed Target – dshort
Personal Income increased 0.3% in June, Spending increased 0.5% – Calculated Risk
US Factory Orders Miss (Again); Biggest 4-Month Drop In A Year – ZH
Real Disposable Income Per Capita: Down 0.11% Year-over-Year – dshort