Schiff Refutes “Stellar” Jobs Numbers
Friday’s employment data had a number of people in an uproar . After Mitt Romney scored a victory in the first Presidential debate, many thought that our sudden and steep drop in unemployment (from 8.1% to 7.8%) was a little fishy. After all, it was the largest one-month drop in the unemployment rate in roughly nine years, leading many to question whether or not those numbers were skewed in Obama’s favor . It seems highly unlikely that the data was in any way fixed, but a closer look beneath the surface reveals the report as a negative one nonetheless [for more economic news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Billionaires Dump Equity Holdings, Time to Panic? Were Friday’s Unemployment Numbers Manipulated? How Warren Buffett Could End The Deficit in 5 Minutes Peter Schiff: The Recession is Already Here Bernanke Fires Back at QE Critics
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