Skip to comments.How to read the Sandy-impacted jobs report
Posted on 12/06/2012 7:28:55 PM PST by plain talk
The highly anticipated monthly U.S. jobs report is rarely treated as minor sideshow, but November is a different story.
Economists believe the disruption caused by Hurricane Sandy slashed net job growth in November by more than half compared to the prior month, making it virtually impossible to figure out whether U.S. hiring trends got better or worse. They say it might take another month or two of jobs data before they can backfill and figure out how much the storm hurt hiring.
We wont have a sense of what underlying job growth is until we get the December number, said senior economist Gus Faucher at PNC Financial Services. We know Sandy is going to have a negative impact. We just dont know what that is.
(Excerpt) Read more at marketwatch.com ...
Oh, of COURSE it’ll be ANYTHING other than Obamugabe and his asswipe policies.
The Soviet Union had bad wheat harvests from about 1917 to about 1989. Their weather was just bad. But it eventually got better.
The rats can politicize anything, can’t they? Looks like Obozo’s new mantra will be “blame Sandy, then Bush”
If Obama is such a great president, how come his policies never improve anything?
So the answer is: Obama is a great hoax.
>> The rats can politicize anything, cant they?
The rats cannot politicize squat unless its shills in Leftwing media are willing to promote it.
The Leftwing media is largely shaping the direction of the Country. It’s extremely important that everyone understands this.
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