There's nothing about a 3.7% unemployment rate and another 199,000 jobs that even whispers "recession" let alone screams it.
The unemployment rate for Asian workers and Black men rose in November, while the overall U.S.'s declined.
Health care and government hiring led the way in November.
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by 190,000 in November, according to the Dow Jones consensus estimate.
China's Politburo said Friday that it would continue to implement "proactive" fiscal policies and "prudent" monetary policies next year.
The report identified Shell, Exxon Mobil, Glencore and Kraft Heinz as among the firms that saw profits "far outpace"
Economists expect the Labor Department to report that nonfarm payrolls expanded by 190,000 last month, up from 150,000 in
The Chinese economy still has a "steep hill to climb" despite a surprise pickup in exports and is unlikely
The Bank of England warned on Wednesday warned that although household finances are faring better than expected, higher borrowing