- Monster Employment Index (Released 6:00 EST)
- Monster Employment Index MoM (Released 6:00 EST)
- Initial Jobless Claims (Released 8:30 EST)
- Continuing Jobless Claims (Released 8:30 EST)
- Jobless Claims ALLX (Released 8:30 EST)
- RPX Composite 28dy YoY (Released 9:00 EST)
- RPX Composite 28dy Index (Released 9:00 EST)
- Factory Orders YoY (Released 10:00 EST)
- Factory Orders MoM (Released 10:00 EST)
- Factory Orders TABLE (Released 10:00 EST)
- Factory Orders TABLE 2 (Released 10:00 EST)
- Factory Orders TABLE 3 (Released 10:00 EST)
Monster Employment Index (Sep 8)
Counter trend move higher?
Monster Employment Index MoM (Sep 8)
Initial Jobless Claims (Sep 27)
Still high, but subtract maybe 50,000 for hurricanes and maybe the Boeing strike as well.
Continuing Jobless Claims (Sep 20)
This was leveling off until the extended benefits package took effect, and has resumed its climb since.
Jobless Claims ALLX (Sep 27)
RPX Composite 28dy YoY (Jul)
RPX Composite 28dy Index (Jul)
Factory Orders YoY (Aug)
Still trending up year over year, but combined with other recent data doesn’t look good.
Factory Orders MoM (Aug)
Factory Orders TABLE (Aug)
Defense keeping this from being a lot worse.
Factory Orders TABLE 2 (Aug)
Factory Orders TABLE 3 (Aug)
Shipments down, unfilled orders up.
- Initial claims rise 1k to 497k, with 40-50k still accounted for by hurricanes (4wk avg 474k).
- Continuing claims, not effected by hurricanes, rise another 48k to new cycle high of 3542k (4wk avg 3528k).
- Continuing claims more highly correlated to duration of unemployment and wage demands.
- Consensus NFP tomorrow is -105k; based on claims, Conf Board and ISM surveys, risks seem more in -150k area.