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Paper 2: Your “boss” needs a summary of important economic releases on February 3 (ISM Manufacturing Index) and February 7 (Payroll Employment (number of jobs added) and the Unemployment Rate). Descriptions of these releases are provided on the following pages from dismal.com.

Watch for these releases and write an assessment for your boss as to the following:
1. How the releases came out versus expected,
2. What they mean for the general economic climate, and
3. How the markets reacted, including 1) what you expected the markets to do, 2) what they actually did, 3) if the actual reaction seemed reasonable to you and 4) why. “Markets” means:
a. Stock market as represented by the S&P 500 Stock Index (other stock markets can also be included at your discretion)
b. Bond market as represented by the 10-year Treasury (spread markets can also be included at your discretion)
c. And, at your discretion, other markets such as certain commodities and currencies.

Discuss the ISM actual versus expected and previous
Discuss the economic implications of the ISM
Discuss the stock market reaction to the ISM (what it did and was it logical)
Discuss the bond market reaction to the ISM (what it did and was it logical)
Discuss the Unemployment Rate actual versus expected and previous

 

“The ISM came out today, and should be a good one to write about in Paper 2, as it is moving markets.

From Bloomberg.com: Today’s ISM report is signaling very significant slowing in composite growth for January, at 51.3 for a sharp 5.2 point decline from December. This is the lowest reading since May 2013 and the sharpest monthly drop since May 2011.

The bad news is centered, unfortunately, in new orders which are down a very steep 13.2 points to 51.2. This is one of the largest monthly declines on record. If there is solRuch much slower pace than December.

Other readings show sharp slowing for production and employment with the latter down 3.5 points to 52.3 which is the lowest rate since June. Once positive for manufacturers is an uptick in prices paid which hints at some price traction for beginning-of-year price increases.

Indications are suddenly sputtering badly for manufacturing, highlighted by this report and last week’s very weak durable goods data. The manufacturing sector’s late move last year to the forefront of the economy appears to have been very brief. The Dow is moving to opening lows following today’s report.”

information on feb 7th
http://money.cnn.com/2014/02/06/news/economy/jobs-report-outlook/index.html?hpt=hp_bn3

PLEASE INCLUDE NUMERICAL FINANCIAL VALUES/STATEMENTS WHEN ANSWERING QUESTIONS Your “boss” needs a summary of important economic releases on February 3 (ISM Manufacturing Index) and February 7 (Payroll Employment (number of jobs added) and the Unemployment Rate). Descriptions of these releases are provided on the following pages from dismal.com.

Watch for these releases and write an assessment for your boss as to the following:
1. How the releases came out versus expected,
2. What they mean for the general economic climate, and
3. How the markets reacted, including 1) what you expected the markets to do, 2) what they actually did, 3) if the actual reaction seemed reasonable to you and 4) why. “Markets” means:
a. Stock market as represented by the S&P 500 Stock Index (other stock markets can also be included at your discretion)
b. Bond market as represented by the 10-year Treasury (spread markets can also be included at your discretion)
c. And, at your discretion, other markets such as certain commodities and currencies.

Discuss the ISM actual versus expected and previous
Discuss the economic implications of the ISM
Discuss the stock market reaction to the ISM (what it did and was it logical)
Discuss the bond market reaction to the ISM (what it did and was it logical)
Discuss the Unemployment Rate actual versus expected and previous
WILL ATTACH THE ARTICLES NEEDED FOR February 3 (ISM Manufacturing Index) and February 7 (Payroll Employment (number of jobs added) and the Unemployment Rate) AND I WILL ALSO ATTACH AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT THE PAPER SHOULD LOOK LIKE.

FEB 3RD ISM INFO (WILL ALSO ATTACH ANOTHER INFORMATION PACKET)
“The ISM came out today, and should be a good one to write about in Paper 2, as it is moving markets.

From Bloomberg.com: Today’s ISM report is signaling very significant slowing in composite growth for January, at 51.3 for a sharp 5.2 point decline from December. This is the lowest reading since May 2013 and the sharpest monthly drop since May 2011.

The bad news is centered, unfortunately, in new orders which are down a very steep 13.2 points to 51.2. This is one of the largest monthly declines on record. If there is solRuch much slower pace than December.

Other readings show sharp slowing for production and employment with the latter down 3.5 points to 52.3 which is the lowest rate since June. Once positive for manufacturers is an uptick in prices paid which hints at some price traction for beginning-of-year price increases.

Indications are suddenly sputtering badly for manufacturing, highlighted by this report and last week’s very weak durable goods data. The manufacturing sector’s late move last year to the forefront of the economy appears to have been very brief. The Dow is moving to opening lows following today’s report.”

information on feb 7th
http://money.cnn.com/2014/02/06/news/economy/jobs-report-outlook/index.html?hpt=hp_bn3
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