The unemployment rate is at a 16-year low and the major stock indexes are scrape the sky — but the former Labour Secretary Seth Harris says he has reason to doubt the strength of the labor market.
As President, Donald Trump officially started his presidential career in January, deafening whispers to circulate around Washington that it is soon the end of another coveted title: the Federal Reserve chair was able to write.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment pushed up last week, but the underlying trend remained consistent with a tight labour market.
The Bank of England has given its blatant warning yet that the UK could vote to leave the EU, met the economy.
A leave vote cause sterling to fall and unemployment to rise, according to the latest minutes of its monetary policy Committee (MPC). Mark Carney, the Bank Governor warned that the risks “, could possibly even a technical recession.”