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Friday, May 6

6th May - US jobs not as good

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IMF tells eurozone to start Greek debt talksFT
Lagarde to Eurozone: IMF Won’t Budge on GreeceWSJ

EU chieftains bemoan European disunityFT
Jean-Claude Juncker, Donald Tusk, and Martin Schulz had to debate the future of Europe at a time when it appears to be in serious jeopardy amid the rise of populism, weak economic growth, and the migration crisis.

April Jobs Report: Everything You Need to Know – WSJ
The April Jobs Report – The Numbers – WSJ
The April Jobs Report in 9 Charts – WSJ
Payrolls Miss: Jobs Rose Only 160K, Below 200K Expected - ZH
Participation Rate Resumes Drop – ZH

June Rate Hike Odds Collapse To Record Lows – ZH
Goldman Throws In The Towel On June Hike, Sees Hike In September – ZH
U.S. employment slows as only 160,000 jobs created in April – WaPo
160,000 Jobs, 5.0% Unemployment Rate – Bill McBride
160,000 Workers, Fewest in Seven Months – BB

U.S. employment gains hit seven-month low, labor force shrinks – Reuters
Payrolls increased by 160,000 in April – Handelsbanken
Forget June, in case you already hadn’t – Nordea
Comments: A Decent Employment Report – Bill McBride
Weakest job growth in seven months closes the door for a June hike – Danske Bank

El-Erian: 4 Takeaways From the April Jobs Report – View / BB
Economists React: ‘A Generally Disappointing Print’ – WSJ
Pace of US job growth slows, while wage growth rises – ABN AMRO

Danske DailyDanske Bank

Euro rates updateNordea

Fed worries over Brexit, rallying bonds & USD, payrolls in focus * Payrolls to signal still healthy US job growth * Bonds in demand again * USD with clear gains

Morning MarketsTF
The nonfarm payrolls report for April is out today and with concerns over the US economy growing in tandem with revived global deflationary fears this one assumes more importance than normal.
Daily Market CommentMacro Man
Another payroll day...

Daily Press SummaryOpen Europe
Trump suggest UK “better off” outside the EU as Japan warns against Brexit * Three-quarters of EU workers would not meet current UK visa requirements * Power-grab by Erdoğan throws uncertainty on EU-Turkey migrant deal * Belgium considering withdrawing from EU Financial Transaction Tax which would throw process into doubt * Merkel urges EU leaders to defend bloc’s borders whilst Renzi pushes for African ‘migration compact’ * Central and Eastern Europe reacts angrily Commission’s proposed ‘refugee-fine’ * France leads rebellion against EU free trade deal with Latin America * Bank of Italy Governor hits out at bank bail-in rules * Leading politician of Germany’s centre-left SPD defends slide in the polls * US firms expected to try and take advantage of ECB corporate bond buying * Trade unions announce three day strike as Greek government pushes pension and tax reforms

Brussels PlaybookPolitico
Turkish PM resigns — First UK results

Futures Sink Ahead Of Payrolls, Capping Worst Week For Stocks Since February


USA:n työllisyyskehitys jää globaalien riskien varjoon * USA:n palvelusektorin luottamus (ISM) yllätti positiivisesti * Riksbank on edelleen huolissaan inflaationäkymistä * Puolan keskuspankki ei tee muutoksia rahapolitiikkaan

Pasi Sorjonen: Suomi: Rumien lukujen kavalkadiNordea
Ruman oloisia talouslukuja on luvassa tulevalla viikolla Suomesta. Niissä on onneksi kyse kovista vertailutasoista vuosi sitten, eikä talouden uudesta sukelluksesta. Viikko päättyy BKT:n pikaennakkoon, joka luultavasti kertoo plusmerkkisestä kasvusta Q1:llä (q/q).