NEW YORK (Reuters) - The stock index futures recovered from earlier losses to advance on Friday after data showed non-farm payrolls came in above expectations at 146,000 and the unemployment rate dipped to 7.7 percent.
Economists had estimated the Labor Department would report that only 86,000 jobs were created in November and that the rate of unemployment would remain flat at 7.9 percent.
Why does your stoooooopid party STILL want to trash the economy, mouth breathers: don't all y'all know your stooooopid party LOST in a landslide, scrotes? Call your Red State "congresscritter" and let them know, dummies!
Something to be proud of?
government said employers added 49,000 fewer jobs in October and September than initially estimated. And the unemployment rate fell from 7.9 percent in October mostly because more people stopped looking for work and weren't counted as unemployed.