我估计昨天就是反转日，那今天？呵呵，今天的高点yet to come。
There was a gloomy picture cast of private-sector jobs growth by ADP on Wednesday. The data shows the private sector payrolls growth came in weaker than the 115,000 increase expected and factory orders fell 1.4% in May.
We had a worse-than-expected jobless claims report released Thursday and a modest U.S. unemployment report today, it wasn\'t as grim as it might have been, but it still showed that the pace of the U.S. economic recovery has slowed in recent weeks and suggested sluggish growth ahead.
The market also had concerns on the expiration of jobless benefits, after Republicans in the Senate successfully blocked a bill Wednesday night that allowed for an extension. While payrolls in the U.S. fell 125,000 in June, the unemployment rate dropped to 9.5% from 9.7% in the previous month.
This is the second straight sharp monthly decline in the labor force. While unemployment fell by 350,000 to 14.6 million for June, employment also fell a sharp 301,000 to 139.1 million.