Citi's Flash Preview Of NFP

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FunkyMonkeyBoy's picture

It's all lies, who cares anymore, seriously.

Any bad news is spun into good news, or it is forgotten about 1 day later. Any good news is repeated over and over on the control news networks and drowns out any bad news.

It's all "Alice in Wonderland", who gives a s**t.

Racer's picture

Yes, it is all a rigged casino out to rob all the punters. Get involved if you want to lose your shirt

scratch_and_sniff's picture

why is it that this time every month i suddenly need to poo?

101 years and counting's picture

i'm thinking a blowout number after all the hawkish comments. 

Bleeping Fed's picture

Bad number=QE3

Good number=QT=another recession=QE3

augie's picture

Sigh*

 

2+2=5

for the bazillionth 1984 reference on this site.

hugovanderbubble's picture

Citi...too much optimism....after 10....Sell

Hedge Jobs's picture

always an exciting time of the month, to see how many jobs the FED can buy for $100 bill in freshly printed and soon to be worthless USD. the average the last few months works out at about $500K per job.

Hubbs's picture

All these numbers, CNBC babble is now as amusing and pathetic as the weight loss/ exercise late night infomercials claims.

augie's picture

at this point, wouldn't it have made more sense to just give the 2.whatever trillion dollars to anyone under a certain income bracket? I mean 300 million Americans, half of us pay taxes and what 2/3 make under 100k so 100,000 divided into 2 trillion, thats got to be enough to keep consumerism running right? I mean tell me if i'm wrong I don't have a degree or anything just an internet connection and a library card.