Today's in-line report is relatively inconsequential, near-term.
There is nothing in the jobs data to indicate that the Fed will push for more than two rate hikes.
And other myths about the European Union for April Fools' Day.
A robust ISM number would be far better, and more significant.
And it affects fiscal and monetary policy decisions, corporate capital allocation and investors' and individuals' planning and investment.
Same lending principles that apply to individuals also apply to nations.
The Fed chief just plain gets it.
Investors should prepare for rising prices and interest rates.
The data show the economy is advancing nicely. A rate rise depends on jobs.
Things keep muddling along in the same low-growth, low-profit, and low-investment environment.

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