The unexpectedly large gain suggests employers "have not let up one bit on their hiring in response to risks out there in the world economy."
The central bank indicated it will slow the pace of interest rate increases in response to changing economic conditions.
No matter how grim things become, it's important to face each level of distress as soon as it arises and with full transparency.
The government shutdown, now in its 28th day, is creating a backlog of loan approvals.
The Trump administration now believes the government shutdown will subtract 0.1 percentage point from GDP growth every week.
The unexpected drop could allow the Federal Reserve to remain patient on raising rates.
The Fed will view the first decline in the CPI since March as "further proof that price pressures are building more slowly than some have feared."
There's a low probability the U.S. will see a recession in 2019, but there's a lot of downside risk to the World Bank's estimate of moderately lower…
The gap between openings and unemployed workers could keep pressure on the Fed to raise rates despite a global economic slowdown.
But the unemployment rate rose to 3.9% as more U.S. workers joined the labor force.