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Expectations for the US Non Farm Payrolls – key economic event today

The upcoming release of June labor market data by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics will be closely scrutinized for indications of the Federal Reserve’s future policy moves, especially concerning the timing of its first interest-rate cut this year and the potential direction of the US Dollar.

Key points and expectations:

Nonfarm Payrolls:

Expected to show 191,000 jobs created in June, down from 272,000 in May.

Unemployment Rate:

Likely to hold steady at 4.0%.

Average Hourly Earnings:

Anticipated to increase by 3.9% year-over-year in June, compared to 4.1% growth in May.

Implications for the Fed and Markets:

Fed’s Rate Cut Timing: The labor market data will provide critical insights into the strength of the US economy and the pace of wage inflation. This data will be pivotal for the Federal Reserve’s decision-making process. Fed Chair Powell has indicated that rate decisions will be data-dependent, with recent comments perceived as dovish, suggesting a potential shift towards policy easing if inflation continues to ease.

Market Reactions:

Positive labor data (job creation above expectations, stable or lower unemployment, and controlled wage growth) could delay expectations of a rate cut, potentially strengthening the US Dollar.

Conversely, weaker labor data (fewer jobs added, rising unemployment, or accelerating wage inflation) could hasten the anticipated rate cut, possibly weakening the US Dollar.

Earlier this week, data from the US private sector indicated a modest decrease in hiring, while the number of job openings exceeded expectations. This mixed picture adds to the uncertainty and importance of the upcoming Nonfarm Payrolls report.

Overall, market participants will be watching the June labor data closely as it could provide the much-needed clarity on the Fed’s next steps and the future trajectory of the US Dollar.