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Central Banks Revealed They Are Now Impotent | Sy Harding | FINANCIAL SENSE
"There were three ‘great expectations’ events scheduled this week. The first two, the Fed’s FOMC meeting on Wednesday, and the ECB meeting on Thursday, were big disappointments.
Fortunately, the third, the Labor Department’s monthly employment report for July, came through impressively. Although the unemployment rate unexpectedly ticked up from 8.2% to 8.3%, there were 163,000 new jobs created, much better than the consensus forecast of 100,000. That snapped three straight months of job gains being well under 100,000.
However, each month I remind you of the history of the monthly jobs report. It almost always comes in with a surprise in one direction or the other, which in turn creates a one to three day triple-digit move by the Dow in one direction or the other. (The last three reports were surprises on the downside).
The other side of the pattern is that the initial move is then usually reversed over subsequent days as the market returns to whatever was its focus prior to the report.
A month ago the initial downside reaction to the negative surprise in the jobs report was reversed to hope that central banks were about to come to the rescue.
This time a reversal of the upside reaction to the positive jobs report will probably be a return to focusing on the euro-zone crisis, slowing global economies, and the now apparent reluctance of central banks to step in."
Que tras las decepciones de las reuniones Fed’s FOMC del miércoles, y del ECB el jueves, el informe sobre el empleo en julio por el ministerio de Trabajo de USA ha vuelto a subir las cotizaciones a como estaban.
Esta explicación ya la había dador JesusAT hace unos mensajes. Estaré atento a lo que dice el analista de este artículo. Parece fiable. Se llama SY HARDING.