1. US government bonds and stocks drop after hot jobs report  Financial Times
  2. July's jobs report was a 'jaw-dropping' number, says economist Austan Goolsbee  CNBC Television
  3. Massive jobs surprise: US economy added 528,000 jobs in July  CNN
  4. Opinion | We can finally retire the Scariest Jobs Chart You'll See Today  The Washington Post
  5. Unemployment Heads in the Wrong Direction for the Fed  Bloomberg
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U.S. stocks end mostly lower Friday after a much stronger-than-expected July jobs report that reinforced expectations for the Fed to continue aggressively...U.S. stocks end mostly lower Friday after a much stronger-than-expected July jobs report that reinforced expectations for the Fed to continue aggressively...

U.S. stocks close mostly lower as robust July jobs report stokes worries over Fed rate hikes - MarketWatch

Job creation unexpectedly surged last month as interest rates climbed higher and falling gas prices offered some hope for cooler inflation.Job creation unexpectedly surged last month as interest rates climbed higher and falling gas prices offered some hope for cooler inflation.

July Jobs Report: 528,000 Payrolls Added, Unemployment Rate at 3.5%

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The increase of 528,000 outstripped expectations, and the gains were spread widely across industries. The jobless rate fell to 3.5 percent.The increase of 528,000 outstripped expectations, and the gains were spread widely across industries. The jobless rate fell to 3.5 percent.

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MacroMavens founder Stephanie Pomboy weighed in on July employment data, arguing that the Federal Reserve using the "lagging indicator" for insight into its actions is "troubling."MacroMavens founder Stephanie Pomboy weighed in on July employment data, arguing that the Federal Reserve using the "lagging indicator" for insight into its actions is "troubling."

Markets will be in for a 'rude awakening’ following jobs report, economist warns | Fox Business

The job market has bounced back remarkably the past two years — but there is still work ahead.The job market has bounced back remarkably the past two years — but there is still work ahead.

Opinion | We can finally retire the Scariest Jobs Chart You’ll See Today - The Washington Post

America’s hiring boom continued last month as employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession.WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers added an astonishing 528,000 jobs last month despite flashing warning signs of an economic downturn, easing fears of a recession and handing President Joe Biden some good news heading into the midterm elections.

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Some 528,000 jobs were added last month, the Labor Department said. Some 528,000 jobs were added last month, the Labor Department said.

U.S. Job Numbers Spiked in July, Defying Gloomy Predictions

‘Both total nonfarm employment and the unemployment rate have returned to their February 2020 pre-pandemic levels’ ‘Both total nonfarm employment and the unemployment rate have returned to their February 2020 pre-pandemic levels’

US unemployment rate drops to 3.5 per cent amid ‘widespread’ job growth | The Independent

Firms added far more jobs than expected last month as interest rates rise to tackle inflation.Firms added far more jobs than expected last month as interest rates rise to tackle inflation.

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While recession fears may have cooled for now, the Fed is likely to be more bold with its rate hikes at future meetings.While recession fears may have cooled for now, the Fed is likely to be more bold with its rate hikes at future meetings.

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Unemployment dropped another notch, from 3.6% to 3.5%, matching the more than 50-year low reached just before the pandemic took hold.Unemployment dropped another notch, from 3.6% to 3.5%, matching the more than 50-year low reached just before the pandemic took hold.

‘What recession?’: US employers add 528,000 jobs in July – New York Daily News

CNBC analyst Rick Santelli was beside himself on Friday as he reacted on the air to the latest federal jobs data.Economists expected that there would be an additional 250,000 jobs in July -- more than half the actual number.

'It is a whopper': CNBC's Rick Santelli reacts to US jobs report

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The American job market has repeatedly defied skeptics this year. Economists had expected only 250,000 new jobs this month.The American job market has repeatedly defied skeptics this year. Economists had expected only 250,000 new jobs this month.

U.S. employers added 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5% - POLITICO

Surge in hiring confirms the economy isn’t in recession, but the Fed will be focused on inflationSurge in hiring confirms the economy isn’t in recession, but the Fed will be focused on inflation

Yes, It's a Strong Jobs Report, but July Probably Overstates the Case | Morningstar

Economists expected the economy to add roughly 260,000 jobs in July.Economists expected the economy to add roughly 260,000 jobs in July.

U.S. jobs report: Economy adds 528K jobs in July as labor market booms

Employers added a surprisingly strong 528,000 jobs last month, lifting payrolls back to where they were before COVID, the Labor Department said Friday, The unemployment rate inched lower to 3.5 percent.Employers added a surprisingly strong 528,000 jobs last month, lifting payrolls back to where they were before COVID, the Labor Department said Friday, The unemployment rate inched lower to 3.5 percent.

US job growth surges, reducing recession fears but elevating inflation threat - The Boston Globe

Defying anxiety about a possible recession and raging inflation, America’s employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs last month, restoring all the jobs lost in the coronavirus recession. Unemployment fell to 3.5%, the lowest rate since the pandemic struck in early 2020. July’s job creation was up from 398,000 in June and the most since February. […]

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The US labor market defies soaring inflation, the fallout from Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan continues and more news to start your Friday.The US labor market defies soaring inflation, the fallout from Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan continues and more news to start your Friday.

Jobs report, Inflation Reduction Act, Nancy Pelosi: 5 things to know Friday

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The U.S. economy added 528,000 jobs in July, an unexpectedly robust figure that nevertheless has triggered concerns over ongoing inflation. The unemployment rate dropped to 3.5%.The U.S. economy added 528,000 jobs in July, an unexpectedly robust figure that nevertheless has triggered concerns over ongoing inflation. The unemployment rate dropped to 3.5%. The job growth was…

U.S. Economy Added 528,000 Jobs In July; Unemployment Falls To 3.5% – Deadline

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An afternoon rally helped the major indexes snap their short skid. But Twitter accepting Elon Musk's bid stole the spotlight.The U.S. economy has now recouped all of the jobs it lost at the onset of the pandemic, with the unemployment rate falling to its lowest level since early 2020.

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The unexpected level of growth helps give the Federal Reserve enough of a cushion to keep hiking rates in its quest to tame inflation.The unexpected level of growth helps give the Federal Reserve enough of a cushion to keep hiking rates in its quest to tame inflation.

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The unemployment rate fell to 3.5 in July, a stunning gain that defied predictions of a slowdown.The unemployment rate fell to 3.5 in July, a stunning gain that defied predictions of a slowdown.

Economy adds whopping 528,000 jobs in July, shatters expectations | KRON4

The better-than-expected employment numbers are fueling investors' inflation fears and causing the stock market to fall.The better-than-expected employment numbers are fueling investors' inflation fears and causing the stock market to fall.

New Jobs Report Shows Unemployment Back to Pre-Pandemic Levels

America's hiring boom continued last month as employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession.America's hiring boom continued last month as employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession.

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July’s jobs report was a stunner, in more ways than one.July’s jobs report was a stunner, in more ways than one.

5 key takeaways from the July jobs report | The Seattle Times