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    Thumbs up Monster November Jobs Report!

    November jobs report:

    +266,000 and unemployment drops to 3.5% for November.
    October revised up to +156,000.
    manufacturing in November: 54k added.
    Labor participation 63.2%

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    Impeach him lol!
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    The Numbers

    ■ 266,000 jobs were added in November. Analysts had expected a gain of about 180,000, according to MarketWatch.

    ■ The unemployment rate was 3.5 percent, down from the previous month.

    ■ Average hourly earnings rose 0.2 percent, with a year-over-year gain of 3.1 percent.
    The Takeaway


    We still see pretty healthy underlying labor market conditions,” said Robert Rosener, an economist at Morgan Stanley. The number of people applying for unemployment benefits remains at historically low levels, and Americans continue to show a willingness to quit their jobs. “That tells you that consumers are still pretty confident of labor market conditions,” he said
    Among businesses, worries about the economy seemed to peak this summer.
    Since then, there have been signs that the slowdown was slowing, said Joe Galvin, chief research officer of Vistage, an association of small-business owners and executives.

    Roughly 60 percent of the 654 employers surveyed in November by Vistage said they planned to expand head count next year. Just 4 percent are planning cuts.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/06/b...bs-report.html

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    I'm curious -- you evidently give Trump credit for this. What, exactly, has he done to earn that credit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I'm curious -- you evidently give Trump credit for this. What, exactly, has he done to earn that credit?
    lol are you really curious? OK.
    He took a pent up economy by regulations and let them loose and along with corporate taxcuts
    that helped bring back jobs from overseas.
    It also simplified tax for individuals and reduced the number of filers -there was some cuts too

    Just wait till NAFTA 2and an eventual China trade deal ( assuming his relection) gets done.

    He will have completely changed trade to leverage the size of the US economy in bi-lateral relations
    while growing the aggregate size of the economy by a couple trillion ?( exact number unknown)

    China is stagnant and shrinking, we are still booming

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I'm curious -- you evidently give Trump credit for this. What, exactly, has he done to earn that credit?
    just stop, if you looked any more stupid for Christs sake.

    know when to stay out of a thread, nut**bag
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    Quote Originally Posted by anatta View Post
    lol are you really curious? OK.
    He took a pent up economy by regulations and let them loose and along with corporate taxcuts
    Yes, I am curious. I have yet to see any comprehensive and credible compilation of what the failed businessman has done to effect the economy for the good. (The tariffs have not done that, obviously). What regulations, specifically?

    that helped bring back jobs from overseas.
    Which jobs in which industries, specifically? Can you cite some companies who had outsourced and now have those same jobs here? Customer service phone jobs do not count.

    It also simplified tax for individuals and reduced the number of filers -there was some cuts too
    I'll stipulate that the tax bill was a bonanza for the already-wealthy. So how does simplifying a tax return form boost the economy? Can you show us how the average American worker is making much more than he/she was before that tax bill passed?

    Just wait till NAFTA 2and an eventual China trade deal ( assuming his relection) gets done.
    Why didn't he do this stuff when he had both chambers and two years to do it in?

    He will have completely changed trade to leverage the size of the US economy in bi-lateral relations
    while growing the aggregate size of the economy by a couple trillion ?( exact number unknown)
    Will this be in addition to the rapidly-burgeoning debt?

    China is stagnant and shrinking, we are still booming
    Like us, China is a maturing economy. Doesn't matter; we're not discussing them.

    So essentially you cannot provide any specifics that 45 has done that boost the economy. I notice that you also left out GDP. Why's that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Yes, I am curious. I have yet to see any comprehensive and credible compilation of what the failed businessman has done to effect the economy for the good. (The tariffs have not done that, obviously). What regulations, specifically?



    Which jobs in which industries, specifically? Can you cite some companies who had outsourced and now have those same jobs here? Customer service phone jobs do not count.



    I'll stipulate that the tax bill was a bonanza for the already-wealthy. So how does simplifying a tax return form boost the economy? Can you show us how the average American worker is making much more than he/she was before that tax bill passed?



    Why didn't he do this stuff when he had both chambers and two years to do it in?



    Will this be in addition to the rapidly-burgeoning debt?



    Like us, China is a maturing economy. Doesn't matter; we're not discussing them.

    So essentially you cannot provide any specifics that 45 has done that boost the economy. I notice that you also left out GDP. Why's that?
    you insist on being stupid.

    is this an act or is there some poor man out there that has to deal with you on a daily basis

    go play in the anti-greta thread or something, this thread is out of your undersatnding
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    I'm not sure why anyone isn't thrilled with this report....

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    Lots of holiday season hiring underway for temporary jobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I'm curious -- you evidently give Trump credit for this. What, exactly, has he done to earn that credit?
    Tell us, Mujer de Buho, what would have been your response had the job report been negative?

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    Jobs, jobs, jobs...not mobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Yes, I am curious. I have yet to see any comprehensive and credible compilation of what the failed businessman has done to effect the economy for the good. (The tariffs have not done that, obviously). What regulations, specifically?
    [fr:2018]
    Over the past two years, federal agencies have reduced regulatory costs by $23 billion and eliminated hundreds of burdensome regulations, creating opportunities for economic growth and development. This represents a fundamental change in the direction of the administrative state, which, with few exceptions, has remained unchecked for decades. The Obama administration imposed more than $245 billion in regulatory costs on American businesses and families during its first two years.

    The benefits of deregulation are felt far and wide, from lower consumer prices to more jobs and, in the long run, improvements to quality of life from access to innovative products and services
    . Eliminating unnecessary and duplicative red tape has helped the Trump administration achieve the lowest unemployment rates in nearly 50 years and dramatic economic growth for our country.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...ab1_story.html

    Which jobs in which industries, specifically? Can you cite some companies who had outsourced and now have those same jobs here? Customer service phone jobs do not count.
    all jobs count.
    there are a lot of working from home mothers and disabled that use my company for CS ( non-sales) jobs.
    Manufacturing sector is the classic ex. Obama lost 200k -Trump has grown now over 500k with 54k added this month
    I'll stipulate that the tax bill was a bonanza for the already-wealthy. So how does simplifying a tax return form boost the economy? Can you show us how the average American worker is making much more than he/she was before that tax bill passed?
    it's less costs for business,and for individuals outside of SALT states it's a tax cut,and many lower income don't have to file now
    Why didn't he do this stuff when he had both chambers and two years to do it in?
    Paul Ryan,John McCain, #neverTrumpers
    Will this be in addition to the rapidly-burgeoning debt?
    debt is structural. Congress has to cut it

    Like us, China is a maturing economy. Doesn't matter; we're not discussing them.
    you asked -i told you about trade. China is a mature economy - it's just got a lot of room to grow yet

    So essentially you cannot provide any specifics that 45 has done that boost the economy. I notice that you also left out GDP. Why's that?
    GDP measures the size of growth over a time periods . This is jobs report, and you asked about "his policies"

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    Quote Originally Posted by anatta View Post
    November jobs report:

    +266,000 and unemployment drops to 3.5% for November.
    October revised up to +156,000.
    manufacturing in November: 54k added.
    Labor participation 63.2%
    What happens after the holidays????

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