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American job openings suddenly dive in November
In November, US job openings suddenly declined, as official data revealed on Tuesday.
The US Labor Department informed that in November the overall number of job openings, excluding the farming industry, declined to 5.879 million from 5.925 million in October, which was updated down from the original outcome of 5.996 million.
Market experts had expected the number of job openings to inch up to 6.038 million in November Versus October’s outcome.
The report has attracted more attention notwithstanding the lag on the data because outgoing Fed Chair Janet Yellen has cited the poll when estimating the state of the labor market.
Aside from that the publication stressed that, over the month, separations and hires were nearly intact, sticking to 5.2 million and 5.5 million respectively.
American stock markets demonstrated mixed signs after the start. The Dow 30 rallied 0.23%, the S&P 500 acquired 0.05%, the Nasdaq Composite slumped 0.07%.
The releases of employment change and the unemployment rate for Australia are expected on February 21, at 2:30 MT time.
The release of the Federal open market committee (FOMC) meeting minutes is scheduled on February 20, at 21.00 MT time.
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