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"850,000 jobs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Cherry Festival. Biden is now getting ready for Fourth of July celebration at the White House. As the latest jobs report brings confusion to the direction of the U. S. Economy. President Biden is getting ready to host a big party right here at the White House for the Fourth of July, he says. With the vaccine rollout, ongoing Not to mention the latest jobs report that there's plenty of reasons to celebrate nationwide. As for the president today, he was in northern Michigan, getting a chance to see what was going on on a cherry farm. He was also there to showcase the country's efforts to get back to normal after the pandemic, the latest jobs report casting some confusion about where the U. S economy is truly heading Right now, the uptick in employment was just slightly up to 5.9% employers, adding 850,000 jobs last month. Most of those added in leisure and hospitality, as well as education, a few job losses in construction and not many changes in I t and healthcare foxes Marc MEREDITH reporting. Meanwhile, President Biden says he's directed U. S intelligence agencies to investigate after a major widespread ransomware attack hit hundreds of American businesses over the holiday weekend. Foxes Carmen Roberts has the latest cyber security experts say the attack appears to be coming from Eastern Europe or Russia. And is paralyzing the networks of at least 200. U. S companies. Information technology company could say to says it's investigating what it calls a potential attack on a tool used by I T professionals. The group believed to be behind the attacks are evil is the same one that attacked the U. S meat supplier this spring. Carmen Roberts, Fox News America is listening to.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"126 people still unaccounted for 22 did an emergency management officials are worried about the first hurricane of the season. Elsa churning in the Caribbean because it's moving so fast. It's hampering some of any sort of strengthening, But we do have hurricane warnings and watches up for Hispaniola, Jamaica and Cuba, the track likely coming ashore somewhere along On the Florida Peninsula Monday Tuesday Wednesday as a tropical storm even if it's far west of Miami. Miami will get impacts from this in the way of us some downpours, So that's not going to be good for efforts their ABC senior radiologist Rob Marciano, and not far from Surfside unsafe conditions at another condo building, forcing a mad scramble evacuations underway in North Miami Beach. Another condo building just a few miles from the Champlain Tower South ordered shut after it was determined structurally and electrically unsafe. 300 residents told they'd have to leave North Miami Beach officials say they launched a thorough review of all condo high rise buildings immediately following that devastating collapse in neighboring Surfside, ABC Trevor all good economic news in Friday's jobs report. U. S employers added 850,000 jobs last month, well above expectations Wages are up. To average hourly earnings throughout 3.6% over the year, and if you take out the pandemic, some of the some of that movements in the pandemic that we've seen the largest three month increase in wages. Record. The National Economic Council Brian Deese, you're listening to ABC News. Hey, all news radio Time is six. So to see does Bob Wilson says drivers.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Are worried about the first hurricane of the season. Elsa churning in the Caribbean because it's moving so fast. It's hampering some of Any sort of strengthening, But we do have hurricane warnings and watches up for Hispaniola, Jamaica and Cuba. The track likely coming ashore somewhere along the Florida Peninsula Monday, Tuesday Wednesday as a tropical storm, even if it's far west of Miami. Miami will get impact from this in the way of some downpour, so that's not going to be good for efforts their ABC senior radiologist Rob Marciano, and not far from Surfside unsafe conditions at another condo building, forcing a mad scramble evacuations underway in North Miami Beach. Another condo building just a few miles from the Champlain Tower South ordered shut after it was determined, structurally and electrically unsafe. It's 300 residents told they'd have to leave North Miami Beach officials say they launched a thorough review of all condo high rise buildings immediately following that devastating collapse in neighboring Surfside, ABC s Trevor all good economic news in Friday's jobs report. U. S employers added 850,000 jobs last month, well above expectations Wages are up. To average hourly earnings were up 3.6% over the year, and if you take out the pandemic, some of the some of that movements in the pandemic that's we've seen the largest three month increase in wages. On record, the national Economic Your quick and easy solution for paying the lowest price on car insurance is as straight to start saving the big Bucks and Payless today Call 1 800 car insurance to get started. That's 1 800 car insurance or visit a state insurance dot com from the Austria Insurance traffic Center, like we're still dealing with a roll over accident North down 95 the ramp from Oakland Park Boulevard, blocking the left lane. No trucks on the scene, trying to get it bloated and out of your way, also settled down 95 ramp from North West 95th Street at the right lane blocked there due to the disabled vehicle. This report is sponsored by mattress firm It's mattress firm's Fourth of July sale for a.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Talk stay connected to More Victims recovered I'm Lee Sela, Sarah Fox News crews continue to comb through the site of a collapsed condo and Surfside, Florida. More bodies have been pulled out, according to Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Carver. We now have 22 confirmed deaths and 1 26 unaccounted for. Several lawsuits have been filed many against the condo association. One is a class action suit and the attorney in that case has obtained video from his client of building residents taken in 2018 of a leak in the garage, showing the area in disrepair. Earlier this week. A letter written in April by the condo board president was made public. It said the building was in desperate need of repairs. Worth $15 million. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News City of North Miami Beach, has ordered the evacuation of a condo building after a review board found unsafe conditions. The city in a news release said the collapse in Surfside prompted the evaluation. And it was done out of an abundance of caution. President Biden, reacting to the latest numbers from the Labor Department, which show employers added 850,000 jobs last month. This is historic progress. Pulling our economy out of the worst crisis in 100 years, driven in part by our dramatic progress and vaccinating our nation and beating back the pandemic. As well as other elements of the American rescue plan president said at the time, people question whether to move forward with that plan because it didn't have the bipartisan support. But he said it worked. A federal appeals court has ruled in 2019 EPA rule change that allowed for the sale of a 15% ethanol gasoline blend in the summer months is against federal law. The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia found lawmakers did not intend for ethanol blends higher than 10% to be widely You sold year round. The Trump Administration had made the change to allow the blend to be sold that year round to fulfill a campaign.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Recovered. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News crews continue to comb through the site of a collapsed condo and Surfside, Florida for 1/9 Day. Two more bodies have been pulled out, according to Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Carver. We now have 22 confirmed Yes and 1 26 on account for several lawsuits have been And the attorney in that case has obtained video from his client of building residents taken in 2018 of a leak in the garage showing the area in disrepair. Earlier this week, a letter written in April by the condo board president was made public. It said the building was in desperate need of repairs. Worth $15 million. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News City of North Miami Beach, has ordered the evacuation of a condo building after a review board found unsafe conditions. The city in a news release. The collapse in Surfside prompted the evaluation and it was done at Of an abundance of caution. President Biden, reacting to the latest numbers from the Labor Department, which show employers added 850,000 jobs last month. This is historic progress. Point our economy out of the worst crisis in 100 years. Driven in part by our dramatic progress and vaccinating our nation and beating back the pandemic. As well as other elements of the American rescue plan president said at the time, people question whether to move forward with that plan because it didn't have the bipartisan support. But he said it worked. A federal appeals court has ruled in 2019 EPA rule change that allowed for the sale of a 15% ethanol gasoline blend in the summer months is against federal law. The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia found lawmakers did not intend for ethanol blends higher than 10% to be widely You sold year round the Trump Administration have made the change to allow the blend to be sold that year round to fulfill a campaign promise. America is listening to Fox News. Here's.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on AP News
"Exclusive. Alaska Hawaii A P news minute, the government says 850,000 jobs were added last month as the economy extends its gains. This is a reassuring jobs. Report bankrate dot com senior economic analyst Mark Camera at the top of the headline here I think really is the number of jobs that are Added or recovered 850,000 jobs in June really is higher than what the forecast we're looking for. On the negative side. There are still plenty of workers sitting on the sidelines that remains depressed from pre pandemic levels. And that really tells us that the number of individuals the percentage of the population that is either working or looking for work remains depressed. I'm Shelley Antler tally of the missing in the Florida condominium collapse has been substantially reduced to 128. Officials say the number declined after duplicate names were eliminated, and some people reported missing turned up safe. Two more bodies were found in Florida. I'm Ed Donahue. A P news. I'm Ed Donahue in Surfside, Florida Two more bodies have been found in the rubble of a collapsed condo building. We have now confirmed 20 deaths. 188 people are accounted for, and 128 are unaccounted for. Mayor Daniella Levine Compa says One of the bodies found was the seven year old daughter of a Miami firefighter. Governor Ron De Santis says Tropical Storm Elsa could alter search plans. We don't know exactly the track that it's going to take It is possible that we could see Tropical force winds as early as Sunday night in Southern Florida. Plans are in the works to tear down what's left of the building. President Biden says he's celebrating the Labor Department report that 850,000 jobs were added last month. We're aiming for full employment. That means keeping our pace on job growth, including for black, Hispanic and Asian workers. Competition for workers is intensifying. The president also says the Fourth of July will be different this year but will be even better next year. I am concerned That people who have not gotten vaccinated. Have the capacity. Two. Catch the variant and spread the variant to other people who have not been vaccinated..
U.S. adds 850,000 jobs in June, better than expected
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"850,000 jobs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A busy highway. 75 degrees of Monument Circle. Mostly clear tonight mostly sunny and a little warmer tomorrow. I'm Stanley here for Golden Oakland in here's what's trending at 602. More interstate shootings and nd Shilique Apollon reports on what you can do about it Throughout all of last year. There were 23 shootings on the India Interstate This year isn't even over yet. But already that number has increased to 30 State police Sergeant John Perrin says. It's because of road rage. If somebody does make a mistake on the road, it doesn't give you the green light to tailgate them or to drive aggressively around them, Sergeant Perron says. Instead of getting mad, stay calm and try to get away from the other car. Ads if you see road rage while driving reported immediately so we can dispatch police to them and potentially get him stopped before it leads to gunfire. Shyla Kabbalah 93 WI BC mobile news The U. S economy added over 850,000 jobs last month. Um, the economics professor Matt Well tells 93 wi BCS Tony Katz. There's a pretty simple explanation for that. Right now. There are 26 states that are trying to reduce their benefits. 22 have succeeded as of July one. We've seen Significant increase in people looking for jobs in those states. Doctor will believe further elimination of federal unemployment benefits would lead to more job growth. What are you doing for the Fourth of July? Rob Connor went to Monument Circle downtown to get some answers. For most people. This holiday weekend is about celebrating the country. They love with the people. They love to kick it with my family and friends. Fireworks When I'm a cook out for this guy not so.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on AP News
"Our people thinking if govern, our government cannot control the situation may be the civil war will be start U. S. Officials say the military has left Bagram airfield, the epicenter of the war to oust the Taliban. Elsa has strengthened into the first hurricane in the Atlantic season. It's battering the eastern Caribbean. It might reach Florida as a tropical storm by Tuesday. This is a P news Extreme drought is tearing apart communities in the massive river basin that spans the Oregon California border. The government stopped irrigation to hundreds of farmers for the first time in history. Everybody depends on the water, the climate river for their livelihood. That's that's the blood that ties us all. The farmer Ben Duval worries about what will happen with no water coming in. Constant looming threat over me that in my going to be the generation that ends up losing the family farm because of Situation situation that's beyond my control. The climate tribes consider the fish species critical to their culture and heritage. To me. There's too many people after two little water, you know, we need to see a Right sizing of agriculture, irrigated agriculture, which is basically needs to be downsized. That's Chairman Don Gentry. There's also no extra water for down River salmon. A parasite is killing thousands of salmon. Ed Donahue. AP News 850,000 Jobs were added in June as the economy extends its gains. This is a reassuring jobs. Report bankrate dot com senior economic analyst Mark Camera at the top of the headline here I think really is the number of jobs that are Added or recovered 850,000 jobs in June really is higher than what the forecast we're looking for. On the negative side. There are still plenty of workers sitting on the sidelines that remains depressed from pre pandemic levels. And that really tells us that the number of individuals the percentage of the population That is either working or looking for work remains depressed. I'm Shelley Antler. I'm Rita Foley with an EPA amusement it It's good news about jobs. Employers added 850,000 jobs in June. Assigned that companies may be having an easier time finding enough workers to fill open jobs. Here's bankrate dot com's Marc Camera. We know that really the biggest part of the economies. Stress point right now is not about job loss or job cuts. It's about the ability of businesses to hire the people that they want and need to hire. He says. Employers will likely continue to struggle with that for a while. I think this is going to continue to be a difficult situation for at least several more months. The unemployment rate ticked up a little bit in June to 5.9%. The head of the World Health Organization is warning the world is in a very dangerous period of the covid pandemic, noting the more contagious Delta variant is now in nearly 100 countries, the Triple A, says July 4th holiday travel will nearly fully recovered a pre pandemic levels. I'm Rita Foley..
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Was feeling the holiday spirit when he reached the podium this morning. Take a victory lap on jobs this morning. We learned that in June, our economy created 850,000 jobs. 850,000 jobs. Wages went up for American workers, 3/10 of a percent to be exact in the president pointed to more growth on the way we're going to create jobs, repairing roads and bridges. Replacing 100% of our nation's lead water pipes. Making our power grid more reliable, delivering high speed Internet to every American home, rural and urban. Referring of course to the infrastructure deal that he is pursuing. Biden made clear that post covid growth is accelerating. In February, the Congressional Budget Office projected 2021 economic growth would be 3.7%. Yesterday. They double that number to 7.4%. In large part thanks to the American rescue plan in our work to defeat the virus. Last time the economy grew at this rate was in 1984 and Ronald Reagan was telling us it's morning in America. Well, it's getting close to afternoon here. The sun is coming out. It is actually so afternoon in America. Is that the line now? Works pretty well for this show. We're going to talk about the jobs report now where the job market might be heading from here. With the Labor secretary Marty Walsh. Welcome back secretary to Bloomberg Radio. Thanks for having me today better than expected as the headline 850,000 jobs. Does this mean people are becoming more comfortable going back to work? Or is it higher wages? I see a 3/10 increase for the month. Well, I think there's a lot of factors here for first and foremost is a good, good, solid report. I think it shows a few things number one that shows that President Biden's economic plan is certainly working. It shows that the investments in the American rescue plan into childcare have been are being effect. Impactful. It means that the vaccination push that the president has Been doing around the country is also working. I was in Indiana last week and I was, you know, advocating on behalf of getting people vaccinated. It shows that people are definitely feeling more confident about entering to the workforce. Um, it's the steady wage growth is actually obviously good for workers. And also we haven't seen an uptick in job searches due to states threatening or cutting unemployment benefits early, so we haven't seen any of that. There's no there's no, There's no proof of that. On the other side did a little bit of other side here, Um we were still facing inequities. Unemployment rates in the communities of color and women remain essentially unchanged. Our unemployment rate in the black communities 9.2%. Unemployment in the Hispanic community 7.4%. So it shows. This report shows that this is not a time to let up. Now we need to continue to double down and continue to push forward. And get the get continue to get the virus under control. So that or not to see an expansion of the city expense the virus grow, Um, that will make that makes a big difference here and our economy, moving us forward. Moody's Analytics projected 2.4 million jobs in the second quarter. We're about 680,000 jobs below that number. A lot of companies, as you know, Secretary say they can't fill open positions. So what is the answer to that if it's not ending unemployment benefits? Is it waiting until students go back to school in September? How do we fill all these openings? No, I think the answer that it was not really an answer. But the comments I have to That question is the fact that We're still living in a pandemic period. Um, you know, this is unlike anything we've ever experienced, Um, at least in modern history. You can't compare this to a recession. Uh, you're talking about You know, people who were impacted by the virus people that might have side effects from the virus. Uh, 604,000. Americans lost their lives to the virus. So I think we're trying to. We're trying to find Um, the right formula and the right numbers to talk about, But I still think that the virus is still having an impact here. Um, but I think as we move forward, this report shows That we've seen a few more women going into the workforce this month in the past, but still not to the level that we need and debate, so there's still work to be done. We've heard at least anecdotal evidence of more people, triggering retirement, maybe a couple of years before they had planned in the long term because of covid getting back to the impact of the pandemic Secretary Can you speak to us about that? How many people are retiring early? I don't know. I don't have the numbers, but obviously it makes It could make sense in a lot of cases, But I mean, who I don't know how the number and a lot of people have been working from home for the past year. And if if you're an older person, and you're eligible to to get a retirement, or you have a savings People might be making that decision, but I don't have actual number. I have to get back to you on that one. Speaking of wages, the Fed's beige book survey recently pointed to a contact in Boston of all cities. That refer to a 30% pay raise. In one case is that the kind of movement that we need to see to get people back I don't necessarily think across the board, but wage wage increase in wage growth is good for workers, so I will advocate for that every day all day. I think that you know workers that you know, we need to president has been very clear on I'm strengthening the middle class and building back better. And that's one of the central themes around building back better is creating a stronger middle class and allowing people to get into the middle class and You know many families, uh, their wages do not allow them the opportunity to get into the middle class. And I think that anything that we can do to encourage that boost that certainly we're going to be pushing that. And also in the cares economy package. There's money in there for job training apprenticeship programs. Um, you know people's ability right to organize. So all of that is on the table to try and get people pay better wages and allow them the opportunity to be able to support their family and you know and be comfortable. Talking with Labor Secretary Marty Walsh on Bloomberg Radio. We've been talking about the infrastructure plan a lot, Secretary you and I talked about it last week that plan the President Biden's plan is promising many more jobs, many in construction, many in the building trades. Do you have a sense of how large that incoming job pool might be? How do you fill all those openings when we're having trouble restoring jobs from before the pandemic? Well, it's going to be key that we have training with that. And when you think about this is a this opportunity for us to create a whole generation of young people to go into a skilled trade. To be able to raise their family earned good good wages and good living. The infrastructure plan will be spent over the next 10 years, so it's not like it all hits the street the same day, so we are really going to have to focus on making sure that our apprenticeship programs and job training programs are ready for The ability to train lots of people for these industries, and then there's going to be a spin off as well as you know, and our old city, but you build a bridge and around that bridge, you can create a new neighborhood and there's opportunities for us to be able to do that. All across America, So I think that you know Job training is going to be key to that, but also people that we will have the workforce. It's a matter of Having people think about what their future might be right now we have you know millions of young people in high school all across America. We're going to those high school and talked about going into trades. There's an opportunity that there's a pathway so young people's pathway can be a pathway to college or a pathway to a career. For those who don't know he's of course, the secretary is referring to the Great City of Boston and Secretary Walsh. I wonder if you're heading home for the holiday weekend? Yeah, actually, I'm going to Philadelphia today, and I'm going to be in New Jersey..
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Lineup. Mike ho- steve. Grasso james mcdonald and tim seymour. Tonight on fast a record. Rally closing out the week on wall street. The dow and nasdaq getting new. All-time highs. so should you ride this record. Reiner's time to take cover plus. Dd hitting the skids. Just days after going public chinese regulators. Taking aim so who is really in the driver's seat on this trade and later lordstown motors tanking. Today will bring the big headline that took nearly eleven percent out of this stock where we start off the day star spangled sign of the times before you fire up the grill this july fourth weekend. We've got some big news on the state of the american. Consumer the jobs report coming in better than expected the us at eight hundred fifty thousand new jobs and people are getting paid. More hourly wages for non-supervisory roles in leisure and hospitality industry up two point three percent huge games. Their bank america reporting credit card spending is up nineteen percent for over a two year period for the week ending june twenty six with growth in travel entertainment dining out especially strong so as we head into the long fourth of july weekend. Is it all fireworks for the great american consumer seagrass kick it off so payrolls. There's still some slack. Payrolls was still about six point. Seven million below pre pandemic. That's number one so you have slack in the labor market so we're not so worried about inflation just yet people have a job. People have job. Keep a job people who don't have a job. We're going to be coming off aid when september. i think the number is. What's the extra cheque right now. Three hundred dollars. Jumping whenever you know. Because i'm not so sure about the numbers so three hundred dollars extra on top of unemployment unemployment checks that's going to be rolling so i'm a little perplexed. Does the economy keep rolling or do we see a pull back in september. So you're questioning. I'm quasi just to put a bow on my thing cosco all-time highs nike all-time highs x. Y. discretionary you think it's time you'd think it's toppy feel like it could be a much toppy. There are some pockets of strength. But i think in september that's make or break and that's real pivotal going into urine. I like the self bow for steve. Grasso mike oh what do you think of the consumer. It feels like the consumer is still ready to spend their getting signing bonuses for new jobs because labor market is so tight. They've got the upper hand. When it comes to wages. I mean so steep was pointing out that the total payroll is lower than it was pre pandemic but wages for non-supervisory roles are higher actually month on month. I think we saw one percent month on month. That may not sound like a lot. Annualized kinds of numbers and you begin to realize what kind of a demand there is for labor right now so i actually think this is poised to continue. I mean we are at all time. Highs we did see the vix actually hit a post pandemic low today of about fourteen and a half that actually is about the mean level for the vix actually and all twenty nine thousand nine to give some perspective to how much complacency is built in now. You could argue that complacency is basically signaling that. Hey maybe it is time to look down. And i think there is some sense of but actually one of the things we do see is that when volatility starts hitting these low levels you do tend to have a relatively extended rally so i think it could actually persist possibly for another week or two but i do think it is time to start thinking about hitting the pause button at least a volatility being low at least allows you to buy protection relatively more cheaply than in other periods. Tim how are you feeling about the consumer. Into grosse pointe maybe these all-time highs were anticipatory and in terms of you know the stock market leads. And so maybe this is telling you something. Well the bond market is telling me something and so we had an we. We had a closing yield on the tenure of one forty three takes you back to march third that that that doesn't jive with the fact that the economy is booming and that there's a shortage of labor and that ultimately folks are getting paid more and it's going to trickle through to the economy and there's inflation and there isn't place and we spent a lot of time talking about it and we talk specifically and i think today's payroll number shows you where services inflation is a very big part. Peter book for talks about this. A lot of other folks that i think are are smart tuned into this. This dynamic and i think i get the feeling we're going to continue to see this. Liquidity dynamic both in the consumer's wallet that which is coming from the government and that which has come from the federal reserve continue to support those consumer trades. That are right kind of first erivatives. So it is target is costco. It is home depot. And lowe's they. They had a tough early late. May early. june have turned on a dime and are soaring to all-time highs again. Yeah lululemon even an l. brand so the discretionary spend to me is something like mike said. I don't think this ends anytime soon. And in fact the under employed and the fact that plants are closing because they don't have chips or they don't have certain parts. I mean those are things those are transitory and ultimately i think the labor in the form of wages is something we're going to continue to hear about but i'm concerned that the bond market which is usually a step or two ahead of the equity market is telling us something i hate the fact that were the lowest yield in the ten year at a time when the economy should be expanding since mid-march so sounds like you're bullish in terms of the immediate term the near term but you're cautious about a little bit out just because of what the bond market is telegraphing james. Where do you fall in this debate. Will it's no coincidence that we're looking at the six consecutive months of job recovery gains and that is the same time period since the vaccine was announced and so we've got a march towards normalization in the labor market in our economy and the pockets that were hit hardest in kobe. Obviously will show the strongest resilience and recovery but in the leisure and hospitality space. We're still two point. Four million to four million jobs below the february twenty twenty level and so we can see an acceleration of recovery in those two sectors look for opportunities there and then also at the overall labor market the labor shortage if you will from people falling off the map. In terms of seeking employment we're still three million laborers below the february twenty twenty levels and so as this country continues to kind of look at where pockets of accelerated recovery happening and look for opportunities their overall. We're still looking at a distorted data set because of the benefits that people have received in the changes in behaviors and small businesses which is obviously the biggest driver and so if we can kind of separate out stories from the industries that were hit hardest. And then those misprint of interpretation of data based on the labor force being a little bit different because of neon benefits. I think i would just hone in on know those industries that we can see recovery for investment opportunity grasso event in names like capri and some others. I'm just wondering how you view your retail holdings the consumer facing holding so capri lightened up on. I'm still long it. I'm still long a substantial amount..
U.S. Adds 850,000 Jobs in June, Better Than Expected
"You fire up the grill this july fourth weekend. We've got some big news on the state of the american. Consumer the jobs report coming in better than expected the us at eight hundred fifty thousand new jobs and people are getting paid. More hourly wages for non-supervisory roles in leisure and hospitality industry up two point three percent huge games. Their bank america reporting credit card spending is up nineteen percent for over a two year period for the week ending june twenty six with growth in travel entertainment dining out especially strong so as we head into the long fourth of july weekend. Is it all fireworks for the great american consumer seagrass kick it off so payrolls. There's still some slack. Payrolls was still about six point. Seven million below pre pandemic. That's number one so you have slack in the labor market so we're not so worried about inflation just yet people have a job. People have job. Keep a job people who don't have a job. We're going to be coming off aid when september. i think the number is. What's the extra cheque right now. Three hundred dollars. Jumping whenever you know. Because i'm not so sure about the numbers so three hundred dollars extra on top of unemployment unemployment checks that's going to be rolling so i'm a little perplexed. Does the economy keep rolling or do we see a pull back in september. So you're questioning. I'm quasi just to put a bow on my thing cosco all-time highs nike all-time highs x. Y. discretionary you think it's time you'd think it's toppy feel like it could be a much toppy. There are some pockets of strength. But i think in september that's make or break and that's real pivotal going into urine.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Billions and billions of dollars. This is big business, and the question is, is it being acted out fairly? I 100% believe that they can program the outcome of a game by who they select as the referee. All of our lives were in danger. We were worried about getting killed at one point. This isn't a story about one rogue ref, according to Tim Donaghy. KPRC Houston and I heart radio station. Welcome KPRC. The president says it's time to celebrate Lisa Brady Fox News. He's praising the progress against Covid. While acknowledging it remains a concern and hailing the new jobs report. The precedent is crediting his American rescue plan. The big coronavirus package signed into law earlier this year for the better than expected jobs numbers at the time, people questioned whether or not We should do that, even though we didn't have bipartisan support. Well, it worked. U. S employers added 850,000 jobs to payrolls, but the unemployment rate ticked up to 5.9%. President. Biden also called on Congress to pass his American jobs and families proposals, saying Our plan is working. We're not going to let up now. Boxes Rachel Sutherland at the White House Republicans continue to warn against too much spending and tax hikes. Meantime, triple A predicting record Fourth of July travel with nearly 48 million Americans on the move, including over 43 million by car despite higher gas prices. Grueling surgeon. A South Florida condo collapse may have to pause again because of Elsa upgraded.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"All weekend only on Fox News Channel. President Biden says the new jobs report shows his economic plan is working. We have to continue to make the investments that will allow our economy to build back better. Deal everyone in 850,000 jobs created in June. Though the unemployment rate tick up to 5.9% and some regions are bouncing back more quickly than other cities in New England. The mountain states in the southeast are seeing the fastest unemployment recovery coming out of the pandemic. According to research from personal finance website Wallet hub, which looked at 180 U. S cities and compared their unemployment numbers for May of this year to May of 2020 and the prior year, as well as January, 2020 in 1st and 2nd placed Manchester and Nashua, New Hampshire, also high on the list. Burlington, Vermont and Lincoln, Nebraska among cities with the slowest recovery New Orleans Long Beach, California, Chicago and New York City. Billion Woo Fox News the summer blockbuster is making a comeback slowly, usually the fourth of July holiday rakes in around $200 million at the box office this year. Closer to $50 million is expected for the weekend. The big release is boss Baby. It hits screens Friday and is predicted to rake in about $15 million through the weekend. The other highly anticipated movie is horror action film The Forever Purge, But neither of those films is expected to top F nine. The fast saga it grossed 83 million through the end of June. Another movie doing well is Action Horror sequel. Quiet Place Part to some say the Secret to Box office success experienced by F nine and Quiet place. Is exclusivity. Fox Business's Lydia, who a rally on Wall Street, the Dow closing up 152 points 1/7 straight.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tropical storm force winds as early as Sunday Midday. Two more bodies were found this morning, including the seven year old daughter of a Miami firefighter. It brings the death toll to 2100 and 28 people are still missing. President Biden says he's very pleased with the June jobs report this morning. We learned that in June, our economy created 850,000 jobs. 850,000 jobs. Wages went up for American workers. Restaurant traffic across the country is nearly back to pre pandemic levels, and more people are shopping, traveling and attending sports and entertainment events. With WGN SPORTS. Here's Kevin Powell. The Cubs are now 6.5 games back of the Brewers in the central. Their road trip Heads to Cincinnati tonight. Alec Mills gets the start. Jake Burger, the White Sox 2017 1st round draft pick gets the call up tonight ahead of the Socks opener in Detroit third baseman hitting 3 22 with 10 homers in Triple A this season. Lance Lynn on the bomb, Trevor Bauer was placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball three days after an allegation of assault was made against the Dodgers pitcher believe is for seven Days under the joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy adopted by MLB and the Players Association. W NBA The Chicago Sky visit Dallas tonight at Game three of the Stanley Cup finals in Montreal. Tonight. Canadians Down 20 in the series to the Lightning. We'll have it here on W G. N at 6 30. I'm Kevin Powell. WGN SPORTS The forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center Here's meteorologist Morgan Colt Meyer. Hi. There. Temperatures will reach into the seventies here for most of us anyways inland, especially low to mid seventies, expected along the lakefront 69 degrees in and out of clouds here in the early afternoon, for the most part sunshine taking over the later we get into these day 10 hours northeast wind continues at high swim risk at all of our beaches within the area, 4 to 8, ft waves and rip currents that also of course, keeping lakefront temps cooler. Those winds 5 to 10 not gusting up to 20. Overnight, mostly clear, upper fifties tomorrow upper eighties from the Wdm Mother.
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Two more bodies have been recovered from the rubble of the partially collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida Tragically, one of those victims was the seven year old daughter of a city of Miami firefighter. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Cava says there are now 20 confirmed deaths from the collapse and 128 people yet unaccounted for. Elsa is a Category one hurricane hitting Barbados with heavy rain and strong winds. Today it could reach Florida by Tuesday, the latest Labor Department report shows. More new jobs were added in the country last month. But the unemployment rate also rose. Employers added 850,000 jobs in June. That's above the expectation of about 700,000. The unemployment rate, though instead of falling actually ticked up to 5.9% foxes, Lilian Woo America is listening to Fox News. Accident in downtown Fort Worth North found I 35 w expert to 80 taking away the right lane. An entrance ramp lane Traffic jam from Allen Avenue South, um 35 W just after Government Parkway. There's a disabled 18 wheeler in the left lane Object, 18. We were on the southbound I 35 years Hundley drive only the left Lane is getting through this as you slow just after like, Sharon Drive Jobs Road. Reckon Denton South Um, I 35 just after 3 80 University drive has been cleared with kl I up right now. Traffic. I'm Dave Allen. Everybody Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket, mortgage and rocket companies. Last year, we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. In fact, over one million homeowners took advantage of refinancing or buying a new home with rocket mortgage. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase again, and.
850,000 Gain Is Better Than Expected in June 2021 Jobs Report
"Jobs report. Speaking at the White House, Biden said the increase in jobs as a direct result of the stimulus bill passed earlier this year area, adding that the US is leading the world in the economic recovery. Latest Labor Department reports. 850,000 jobs are added in June, suggesting the economic recovery is gaining momentum. Triple A
Employers added 850,000 jobs in June as hiring revved up
"That's well above the average the previous three months and assigned that companies may be having an easier time finding enough workers to fill those job openings. As we take a look at the WSB market Watch the Dow was up
"850,000 jobs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"850,000 jobs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"From town hall. Com. I'm rich Thomason and upbeat jobs reports has the economy extends its recovery. Employers in the US added 850,000 jobs last month, well above the average for the previous three months. The Labor Department report is assigned. The companies are having an easier time filling job openings at the academy rebounds from the pandemic Recession correspondent. My captain says The June employment rate came in at five. 0.9%, the focal point of the U. S military operation in Afghanistan has changed hands. The BBC's Yogi to LeMay Yates says the U. S military has pulled out of the Bagram airbase, handing that massive facility over to Afghan forces Bagram Air Base not far from the capital, Kabul, was a symbol of America's military strength in Afghanistan. At the peak of the U. S led war in the country. Thousands of foreign troops were stationed there. A bustling city grew around the airbase and the Taliban has gone on the offensive since the announcement of the American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. Following a 15 hour. A pause search and rescue operation is underway again at the scene of the condo building collapse in Florida. The cost of those operations will be put ID, at least in part by the feds, according to President Fight During a visit to Surfside, Florida, the president announced that the federal government would cover 100% of the search and rescue cost for the 1st 30 days. Not done often but necessary here. In my view, the bulk of his visit was spent in cheerful and emotionally raw conversations with family members. He spoke of their faith and hope for more survivors, but also said they are realistic as time passes. White House correspondent Craig Clugston the number of confirmed deaths 18 145 people still unaccounted for. Wall Street, the Dow is up 24 points. The NASDAQ 60 points.
US Adds a Solid 850,000 Jobs as Economy Extends Its Gains
"An upbeat jobs report is the economy extends its recovery employers in the U. S. added eight hundred fifty thousand jobs last month well above the average for the previous three months the labor department report as a sign that companies are having an easier time filling job openings as the economy rebounds from the pandemic recession more people have been shopping eating out traveling and attending sports and entertainment events and now the number of people flying is about eighty percent of the pre pandemic level that is led to businesses posting a record number of jobs and offering higher paying more flexible hours to fill them my camp in Washington
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"Their easy pass ends July 4th weekend find new roads. Join the dead friends meteorologist Brad Barton in the W B A P Weather center. Well, I'm afraid we're going to have some business this weekend with rainfall. We have some pretty big rains underway Southeast getting down. I 35 right now toward Corinth moving into Lewisville Lake. Heavy rain around little elm, heavy rain, Plano, Murphy Lightning and thunder there, too, along 75 east down toward Garland and Mesquite and GPS, Dallas and in South Dallas as well. The other thing is I do need to mention we do have Hurricane Elsa, now over Barbados. It's 1500 miles away from Florida, but we think it's going to Across portions of Cuba and get into Florida in a few days. So hurricane season full swing with Hurricane Elsa around Barbados are high today 89 with widely scattered showers and storms off and on today low tonight 77 a few less We hope tomorrow with a high of 88. Maybe a couple isolated afternoon storms on independence Day Sunday with a high near 90 and then still muggy, with some widely scattered storms Monday and Tuesday, right now at W B A P 77 degrees is brought to you by Mr Electric, Texas. The latest jobs report to build some good news for the nation's economy. As the grip of Covid 19 eases up U. S employers added 850,000 jobs in June. Analysts say the Labor Department's numbers show companies may be having an easier time finding enough workers to fill vacant positions. The unemployment rate rose one point from 5.8 in May to 5.9%.