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Zandi Warns “Job Market Feels Like It Might Overheat” As Manufacturing Jobs Grow At Fastest Pace On Record

Following October's better-than-expected surge in ADP employment data (as goods-producing jobs soared), November was expected to see some slowdown, and it did, printing right on expectations at +190k (close to NFP's 195k exp). “The labor market continues to grow at a solid pace,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute. […]

ADP Private Payrolls Highest Since March: Jump 235K In Post-Hurricane Rebound

Following September’s big hurricane-precipitated slowdown in the labor market, moments ago ADP reported that in September private payrolls rebounded from a downward revised 110K (from 135K), which was still significantly higher than the BLS’ own negative print, to 235K beating expectations of a 200K print (which emerged from a decided wide range of estimates, from […]

ADP Employment Grows At Slowest Pace In 11 Months As Small Business Slumps

Following August's huge (4 sigma) beat, ADP reports September's payrolls rose just 135k (meeting expectations) for the weakest growth since October 2016 (presumably affected by the storms – which did not seem to negatively affect ISM). “In September, small businesses experienced a dip in hiring,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and cohead of the ADP […]

ADP Employment Surges By The Most In 5 Months

ADP reports the US economy added 237,000 jobs in August, notably more than the expected 185k. This is the biggest addition since March, and follows upward revisions for July. While Services dominated (adding 204k), Goods-producing jobs rose 33k (with manufacturing adding 16k). Medium- and Large-seized firms added the most jobs in August.   Manufacturing added […]