The October employment report had something for everyone, with continued strong gains on the payroll survey while the household measure showed a sharp fall in employment and a rise in unemployment. Nevertheless, the labour market has held up better than expected this year and with wage growth still too hot for the Fed, there is little to suggest that officials will drop their hawkish bias any time soon.
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