NFP Payroll Lottery

marben

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#3
peter44 said:
212K

However, I won't be here to see it. I have a long lunch on a Friday, My open positions will no doubt feel the effect though.
Huh??? [pls provide a reference or explanation for the uninitiated :confused: ]
...or is this Mornington Crescent, in which case 186K.
 

marben

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peter44 said:
US Econ Data. Last Months Employment numbers.
Gotcha - Non-farm Payrolls. Excuse my ignorance. Certainly is a lottery :cheesy:
 

G-Man

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#6
I'm thinking that the bottom is about to fall out of the $ so I'm going for a bubble bursting 37k.

That should stir things up a bit.

Nobody else got an idea?

G-Man
 

G-Man

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Looks like we're getting some $ weakness, just like I expected.

G-Man
 

bracke

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FetteredChinos said:
coin flip G-man... coin flip...

:)

and im not joking!
Seymour

Very surprised that you have not developed a system to determine the result +/- your usual level of accuracy complete with backtesting to Abraham Lincoln's period in office.

Regards

Bracke