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MTECHTIPS;-GLOBAL HAPPENINGS
The delayed October employment report, which was originally scheduled for Nov. 1, is surprisingly upbeat, raising the prospect that the Federal Reserve could start pulling back its bond purchases sooner, especially after a strong growth of 2.8 percent reported for the third quarter. Employers added 204,000 jobs in October. Average job growth over the past three months exceeded a 200,000 pace, matching the strong gains recorded earlier this year. Private sector added 212,000 jobs last month, the strongest read since February. The shutdown pushed the jobless rate higher to 7.3 percent from 7.2 percent in September. That’s the first increase in three months. The unemployment rate is derived from a separate Labor Department survey of households rather than the payrolls tally.China's industrial output accelerated in October, retail sales showed a solid gain, and inflation was stable as the world's second-largest economy showed early signs of fourth-quarter strength. The 10.3 per cent YoY gain in production at China's factories, workshops and mines , marks a marginal acceleration from September, when the indicator showed an increase of 10.2 per cent.Retail sales, a key indicator for consumer spending, gained 13.3 per cent in October from the same month the year before. China's consumer price index (CPI), meanwhile, accelerated slightly to 3.2 % in October from the same month last year, led by higher food prices, after rising 3.1 % in September.Country
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MTECHTIPS;-GLOBAL HAPPENINGS
The delayed October employment report, which was originally scheduled for Nov. 1, is surprisingly upbeat, raising the prospect that the Federal Reserve could start pulling back its bond purchases sooner, especially after a strong growth of 2.8 percent reported for the third quarter. Employers added 204,000 jobs in October. Average job growth over the past three months exceeded a 200,000 pace, matching the strong gains recorded earlier this year. Private sector added 212,000 jobs last month, the strongest read since February. The shutdown pushed the jobless rate higher to 7.3 percent from 7.2 percent in September. That’s the first increase in three months. The unemployment rate is derived from a separate Labor Department survey of households rather than the payrolls tally.China's industrial output accelerated in October, retail sales showed a solid gain, and inflation was stable as the world's second-largest economy showed early signs of fourth-quarter strength. The 10.3 per cent YoY gain in production at China's factories, workshops and mines , marks a marginal acceleration from September, when the indicator showed an increase of 10.2 per cent.Retail sales, a key indicator for consumer spending, gained 13.3 per cent in October from the same month the year before. China's consumer price index (CPI), meanwhile, accelerated slightly to 3.2 % in October from the same month last year, led by higher food prices, after rising 3.1 % in September.Country
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07489294118-119

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MTECHTIPS

GLOBAL HAPPENINGS
The delayed October employment report, which was originally scheduled for Nov. 1, is surprisingly upbeat, raising the prospect that the Federal Reserve could start pulling back its bond purchases sooner, especially after a strong growth of 2.8 percent reported for the third quarter. Employers added 204,000 jobs in October. Average job growth over the past three months exceeded a 200,000 pace, matching the strong gains recorded earlier this year. Private sector added 212,000 jobs last month, the strongest read since February. The shutdown pushed the jobless rate higher to 7.3 percent from 7.2 percent in September. That’s the first increase in three months. The unemployment rate is derived from a separate Labor Department survey of

households rather than the payrolls tally. China’s industrial output accelerated in October, retail sales showed a solid gain, and inflation was stable as the world's second-largest economy showed early signs of fourth-quarter strength. The 10.3 per cent Yoyo gain in production at China's factories, workshops and mines , marks a marginal acceleration from September, when the indicator showed an increase of 10.2 per cent. Retail sales, a key indicator for consumer spending, gained 13.3 per cent in October from the same month the year before. China's consumer price index (CPI), meanwhile, accelerated slightly to 3.2 % in October from the same month last year, led by higher food prices, after rising 3.1 % in September. Country WWW.MTECHTIPS.COM 07489294118-119

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