Labor supply shortages and COVID-19 virus-related impacted job growth in September.
The August jobs report reveals that the U.S. economy added back jobs at a far slower pace, following an early-summer jump in employment.
The United States has come far since the COVID-19 pandemic began, but what does the future hold? In this installment of Advisor Commentary, Marc Bautis addresses leading indicators to better understand the future of the economy.
Let's dive into three major themes we're seeing in the economy right now.
A better-than-expected jobs report for July shows hiring rose at its fastest pace in nearly a year.
There's a lot going on in the world right now. I thought I’d be writing about the $3.5 trillion budget deal, or what to do with child tax credits that may be heading your way. But, then, global markets jolted earlier this week on fears of new COVID-19 viral variants. Is the sky actually falling? Could we see a big correction?
In this week's advisor commentary, we take a look at trends in the economy and markets, student loan debt forgiveness, the increasing price of coffee beans and more.
The June Jobs report was just released, and it brings good news for the United States economy.