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    Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving’s refusal to get vaccinated reportedly is about way more than basketball. Irving is the NBA’s most notable holdout against the vaccine, and his stance apparently doesn’t have anything to do with the vaccine itself. It seems like it has to do with mandates. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)...
    Traders work the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.NYSE Stock futures inched higher Sunday night after investors shook off concerns about a much weaker-than-expected labor market report released on Friday. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures rose 30 points, or 0.09%. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures gained 0.6%. In regular trading Friday the Dow slipped 8.69 points to 34,746.25....
    The delta variant of COVID-19 continues to leave its mark on the economy with another disappointing jobs report. Earlier in the summer, job creation rose dramatically, only to sink again as coronavirus cases spiked. Again. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the economy added just 194,000 jobs in September, and labor force participation dropped slightly—yet another piece of evidence that increased...
    The Jobs Creators Network reacted to President Joe Biden’s terrible jobs report, blaming his “failed policies” and radical agenda for “wrecking small businesses” across the country. “This was the worst jobs report of the year and a clear indictment of President Biden’s failed policies,” the President and CEO of the Job Creators Network, Alfredo Ortiz, said in a statement on Friday, shortly after...
    CHICAGO -- The Labor Department reported the US added just 194,000 jobs in September. But amid the disappointing news, the United States Postal Service announced it is trying to staff up."We are just trying to get the word out that we are hiring we need people and we do offer careers," said Rob Kyler USPS Illinois 1 District personnelmanager.USPS in...
    President Joe Biden reacted to disappointing jobs numbers Friday, as the Labor Department reported only 235,000 jobs created in the month of September. The president continued to spin the numbers as an improvement, despite a second consecutive month of employment numbers far below expectations of at least 500,000 jobs created. “The monthly totals bounce around, but if you take a...
    Republicans ripped President Biden for September’s poor jobs report that indicated only 194,000 new jobs were created. The anticipated number of jobs to be created was 500,000. Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) tweeted the jobs report is just another disaster from the Biden-Harris administration. “Another terrible jobs report in the Biden economy. Just 194,000 jobs added in September, far below the...
    VIDEO2:4802:48September's jobs report disappointed — Here's what three experts say is nextTrading Nation A miss on the jobs report has not fazed markets. The September jobs number came in at 194,000, as opposed to expectations of 500,000. But the S&P 500 was trading slightly higher by midafternoon and heading to close out Friday with weekly gains. Three experts break down...
    President Joe Biden dismissed concerns after September’s disappointing jobs report, telling the nation Friday that “real progress” is being made. The U.S. economy added 194,000 jobs in September and the unemployment rate dropped to 4.8%, according to statistics from the Department of Labor. The 194,000 jobs number is the smallest since December 2020, but Biden focused on the unemployment rate...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — September wasn’t exactly the robust month for hiring that many had expected and hoped for. With the delta variant still disrupting the economy and employers struggling to find enough workers, the gain for the month amounted to 194,000 jobs — not even half of what economists had expected. In August, the economy had added a modest 366,000...
    President Joe Biden turned his back on reporters and walked away as they shouted questions on Friday following his remarks on a bleak September jobs report.  Biden, speaking from the controversial set across the street from the White House, offered his signature "may God protect our troops" closing line before quickly exiting as reporters yelled questions over each other.  BIDEN...
    Forbes Media Editor-In-Chief Steve Forbes reacted Friday to the worse-than-expected U.S. September jobs report, arguing slower job growth is linked to vaccine and other COVID-related mandates affecting government workers. US ECONOMY ADDS 194K JOBS IN SEPTEMBER, MISSING ESTIMATES STEVE FORBES: [Biden’s] whole thing on vaccines is very confusing. People don’t like the coercion part of it. And it is leading...
    In a speech on Friday, President Joe Biden put a positive spin on what was a disappointing jobs report released earlier in the day by summarizing it as showing “jobs up, wages up, unemployment down.” The United States added just 194,000 jobs in September, far below economists’ projection of 500,000. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8 percent last month from...
    President Joe Biden put a positive spin on September's disappointing jobs report, focusing on a better unemployment rate despite fewer jobs being added to the economy than anticipated. "Today's report has the unemployment rate down to 4.8%, a significant improvement from when I took office and a sign that our recovery is moving forward, even in the face of the...
    Maria Bartiromo joined "America’s Newsroom" Friday, expressing worries about the September jobs report. Bartiromo focused on the 61 percent labor participation rate, arguing "it underlines the negative impact of all of that stimulus being thrown at people, even though the unemployment extended benefits went away." The "Mornings with Maria" host also noted employers are struggling to find workers. MARIA BARTIROMO: Well,...
    CNN anchor Jim Sciutto pressed Labor Secretary Marty Walsh on Friday over the release of a disappointing jobs report for the month of September. The United States added just 194,000 jobs last month, far short of the 500,000 figure projected by economists. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8 percent in September from 5.2 percent the previous month. “This is the...
    (CNN)The Biden administration is attributing the disappointing September jobs report to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and fears over the Delta variant. In a troubling sign that Covid is still disrupting the economy, the new jobs report indicates that US employers added only 194,000 jobs in September. "This is a complex report," Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told "CNN Newsroom" on Friday,...
    CNBC’s Squawk Box expressed astonishment on Friday with September’s jobs report, which came less than halfway to meeting projections. The moment began with Steve Liesman, who looked down at the report and said, “194,” reflecting the 194,000 new jobs reported over the last month. “Whoa!” Becky Quick responded. “I see 194,000? That is real low,” Liesman said. “Let me go to the jobless...
    New York (CNN Business)America added far fewer jobs in September than expected, but investors didn't seem too disappointed: Stocks were flat Friday as Wall Street took solace that the unemployment rate continues to drop after the pandemic-fueled spike last year.The Dow rose about 20 points, or 0.1%, shortly after the opening bell, but the index alternated between slight gains and...
    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are opening mixed on Friday after a disappointing jobs report thudded onto Wall Street and raised questions about whether the Federal Reserve will change its timeline to pare back its support for markets. The S&P 500 was flat in early trading, on pace for a 1% gain for the week. The Dow Jones Industrial...
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. employers added just 194,000 jobs in September, a second straight tepid gain and evidence that the pandemic still has a grip on the economy with many companies struggling to fill millions of open jobs.Friday's report from the Labor Department also showed that the unemployment rate fell sharply to 4.8% from 5.2% in August.The economy is showing some...
    The U.S. economy created jobs at a much slower pace than expected pace in September, a pessimistic sign at a time of concerns over the path of the pandemic, stubbornly high inflation and dysfunction in Washington. Nonfarm payrolls rose by just 194,000 in the month, compared to the Dow Jones estimate of 500,000, the Labor Department reported Friday. The unemployment...
    VIDEO3:4803:48Are inflation fears priced into the market?Closing Bell U.S. stock index futures were flat during overnight trading on Thursday as Wall Street awaits Friday's key September jobs report. Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 19 points. S&P 500 futures were up 0.06%, while Nasdaq 100 futures advanced 0.08%. Stocks advanced during regular trading on Thursday as...
                      by Harry Wilmerding  Private companies added 568,000 jobs in September, exceeding expectations as the country faced growing numbers of Delta variant cases and slow economic growth, according to a major payroll report. The 568,000 jobs added is a sharp increase from the 340,000 jobs added in August, the ADP National Employment Report showed. Experts predicted...
    Private companies added 568,000 jobs in September, exceeding expectations as the country faced growing numbers of delta variant cases and slow economic growth, according to a major payroll report. The 568,000 jobs added is a sharp increase from the 340,000 jobs added in August, the ADP National Employment Report showed. Experts predicted private companies would add 425,000 jobs in September,...
    The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield climbed back above 1.56% early on Wednesday, ahead of the release of ADP's September employment change report due later in the morning. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose 3 basis points to 1.564% at 3:20 a.m. ET. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond jumped nearly 4 basis points to 2.137%. Yields...
    California’s moribund job market is headed for an anemic rebound from coronavirus-linked economic woes in 2021 compared with the United States, but the state might charge past the U.S. in 2022, experts predicted Wednesday. This mix of forbidding and hopeful prognostications was disclosed on Wednesday by the UCLA Anderson Forecast, which suggested that the eruption of the Delta variant of...
    (Reuters)More than 80 aid workers including some employed by the World Health Organization (WHO) were involved in incidents of sexual abuse and exploitation during an Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo, an independent commission said on Tuesday.The probe was prompted by an investigation last year by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and The New Humanitarian in which more than...
                      by Elizabeth Troutman  President Joe Biden’s proposal to increase the United States’ Global Intangible Low-Tax Income (GILTI) tax will lead to job losses at 266 public companies in Arizona, according to research from Arizona State University. The proposal doubles the GILTI rate to 21% from 10.5%. Ninety-four percent of U.S...
    A report from a pro-abortion rights news outlet said Wednesday half of the abortionists at Whole Woman’s Health clinic in Fort Worth have left their jobs since Texas’s Heartbeat Act went into effect September 1. “On August 31, there were 17 abortion providers serving at the four locations of the Whole Woman’s Health clinics in Texas,” reported 19th News. “On...
    A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Getty Images U.S. stock futures opened slightly higher Monday night after the Dow slipped from a record high on Friday before the three-day Labor Day weekend. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures rose by 82 points, or 0.23%. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures climbed 0.21% and 0.31%, respectively. In...
    A FOURTH stimulus check could be on its way this year after a disappointing August jobs report saw only 235,000 new jobs created last month, experts speculate.  The total number of new jobs created in August was far fewer than the 720,000 economists were predicting.  2Pictured, people line up outside a newly reopened career center for in-person appointments in Kentucky...
    President Joe Biden's American Jobs Plan proposal would raise the United States' corporate tax rate to 28% in order to pay for infrastructure projects. Some large corporations, journalist Akela Lacy stresses in an article published by The Intercept on September 6, have been aggressively lobbying against that proposal — and they include everything from pharmaceutical companies to financial firms, some...
    A “record share” of U.S. small businesses had unfilled positions in August, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday. According to the report, which cited National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) data, 50 percent of firms had job openings that could not be filled last month, which was “up 1 percentage point from July and the largest share in monthly data back...
    VIDEO4:4404:44Markets lower after August jobs disappointment — Five experts on what's nextTrading Nation Stocks looked to enter the long weekend on a dour note after a disappointing August jobs report. Nonfarm payrolls rose by 235,000 last month, less than half the gain of 720,000 expected. Economists had forecast employment data to match previous months of robust recovery, but delta variant...
    President Joe Biden again struggled to defend the disappointing jobs numbers for August, promoting more taxes as a solution. The United States economy only created 235,000 jobs in August, a disastrous number as analysts predicted as many as 740,000. Biden acknowledged he was disappointed by the report but noted encouragingly the number was still positive. “While I know some wanted...
    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, June 18, 2021.Source: NYSE As summer winds down, investor focus may shift to the prospect that another strong earnings season is on the horizon, but trading could remain sluggish in the post-holiday week ahead. Stocks were mixed in the past week, ahead of the long Labor Day weekend, with the...
    A help wanted sign is displayed in the window of a Brooklyn business in New York.Spencer Platt | Getty Images The miss on the headline jobs numbers was disappointing enough, but the August 2021 jobs report showed that Black workers are facing an even bigger struggle to find employment compared with job seekers of other races. Employers added only 235,000...
    By Christopher Rugaber | Associated Press WASHINGTON — America’s employers added just 235,000 jobs in August, a surprisingly weak gain after two months of robust hiring and the clearest sign to date that the delta variant’s spread has discouraged some people from flying, shopping and eating out. The August job growth the government reported Friday fell far short of the...
    U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the August jobs numbers in the State Dining Room at the White House on September 03, 2021 in Washington, DC.Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images President Joe Biden on Friday pushed Congress to pass his more than $4 trillion economic agenda in order to boost sluggish job growth. The president made his case for...
    President Joe Biden pointed the finger at the delta variant following an underwhelming August jobs report on Friday and tried to shift the focus onto his “Build Back Better” agenda. The U.S. economy added just 235,000 jobs in August, falling far short of economists’ prediction of 720,000 for the month. Economists have pointed out that the delta variant could affect...
     Presented by AT&T   via GIPHY    The U.S. added a disappointing 235,000 jobs in August, according to data released by the Labor Department. https://bit.ly/3DU29pl For context: Economists had predicted the economy would add roughly 750,000 jobs in August. What about the unemployment rate?: It fell to 5.2 percent.  Factors that would lead to the disappointing month: The jobs report comes “amid...
    Oooof. Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 235,000 in August. Huge miss. Consensus was around 700k — Catherine Rampell (@Catherine Rampell)1630672247.0 University of Michigan economist and former Obama administration official Betsey Stevenson noted that the "most telling number" in the jobs report was the number of people who don't have a job but want one falling from 6.5 million in...
    New York (CNN Business)The August jobs report was a massive disappointment, with Corporate America hiring far fewer people than expected. But investors largely shrugged off the weaker jobs gains.Stocks were flattish Friday and remained near all-time highs. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are holding onto gains for the week while the Dow is largely unchanged over the past five days.Investors...
    A disappointing 235,000 jobs were created in August, according to the Labor Department’s monthly jobs report, even as strong June and July numbers were revised upward by a combined 134,000. Average monthly jobs growth so far in 2021 is 586,000. xToday’s jobs report showed the economy added 235,000 jobs in August, an average gain of 750,000 over the last three months. 1/...
    President BidenJoe Biden Former ISIS member pleads guilty to kidnappings, deaths of Americans Defense & National Security — The mental scars of Afghanistan Bidens visit wounded service members at Walter Reed MORE on Friday acknowledged a disappointing August jobs report that he blamed largely on the surge in COVID-19 cases, while arguing his administration’s broad plans have been effective at...
    U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the end of the war in Afghanistan in the State Dining Room at the White House on August 31, 2021 in Washington, DC.Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images President Joe Biden on Friday blamed the coronavirus pandemic for a surprisingly weak jobs report, calling out Americans who have still not gotten vaccinated even amid...