Markets Rise After Mediocre Jobs Report

The jobs report is out.

It’s mediocre. The unemployment rate stayed at 6.7% and average hourly earnings actually fell.

The 192K new jobs that were reported were slightly below expectations.

But markets are up a tad, perhaps on the news that there’s no immediate pressure on the Fed to tighten.

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