US Markets Tick Higher on Better Than Expected Job Gains

US markets tick higher on better than expected job gains.  The Labor Department reported that payrolls rose by 211,000 in April with the unemployment rate falling to 4.4%.  The latest payroll numbers continue to support the Fed’s measured rate hikes for the foreseeable future.  European shares have rebounded, being weighed down earlier in the session by slumping commodities.  Asian markets closed mixed, pressured by falling commodities and the overnight rout in oil.

US Futures are Higher Despite Lower Small-Business...
US Futures are Higher This Morning as Investors We...

© 2018 United Asset Strategies, Inc  666 Old Country Road, Suite 104  Garden City, NY 11530 | P. 516-222-0021 | F. 516-222-0163 || Privacy Policy | ADV