World Week Ahead: It’s the global economy

Jonathan Underhill
Sun, 04 Oct 2015

By Margreet Dietz Oct. 5 (BusinessDesk) - The state of the global economy will be the main theme this week after September’s weak American payrolls report suggested US growth might have hit a rough patch. A report Friday showed American employers hired 142,000 new workers last month, far less than the 203,000 expected in a poll conducted by Reuters. It was even more disheartening given revisions to August and July which lowered earlier hiring numbers by 59,000. “It’s a return to risk aversion, companies are retreating back into their s...

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