October 30, 2012 at 09:02 AM EDT
Sandy May Delay Key Jobs Report
As Sandy began to hammer the east coast late last night, the U.S. Department of Labor has yet to make a decision when to release October’s jobs data. This report will be a key factor in the upcoming election, as the undecideds will look to the jobs report as a sign of how our economy has been performing which could sway them either for or against current President Barack Obama. This, of course, comes after the last jobs report where many speculated that the numbers were fudged in favor of Obama, as the unemployment rate saw its biggest dip in recent memory [for more economic news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: 5 Lessons From the Inside Commodities Conference Faber Warns of Profit Taking in Gold, Other Commodities 100 Insightful Futures Traders Worth Following on Twitter 10 Commodity ETFs with Monster Inflows in 2012 Caution: High Correlation Between Commodities and Equities
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