Perhaps Everyone in Europe, Besides the Germans, is A WhinerHarrison Roger
The past week was packed. Mainly, the market focused its attention on Chinese economic conditions, most notably whether growth (whether real or fake) can continue at the projected 7% for the remainder of 2015.
Next in importance behind China was the American labor market. Month-over-month job growth came in at +173, well below the 217K the market expected, but still in moderate growth . . .
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