If you go to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Web site and plug in the data, you will indeed see 56 straight months of job gains in the private. and the government shutdown in October 2013. So the.
Suspected mortgage fraud tops FinCen list California Leads Nation in Suspected Mortgage Fraud. – California is home to three of the the top five metropolitan areas with suspected mortgage fraud, according to a Treasury department report released this week. It lists san jose, Riverside and Los Angeles as having the highest per capita suspicious mortgage activity filings. The report also notes.
business news: private sector adds 130,000 jobs in october.. the private-sector jobs report for october, not sure how they put that out, there are still two days left, but they do. according to.
ROSELAND, N.J., Oct. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — private sector employment increased by 130,000 jobs from September to October, according to the October ADP National Employment Report.
OCC: $2.6B foreclosure review checks cashed Washington D.C. fails in terms of home affordability Less than three months into 2018, the Washington Legislature has already had an incredibly productive year. Like most states, Washington is experiencing an affordable housing crisis, but this year affordable housing advocates achieved some significant victories that would spur the production of new units, provide more tenant protections, and improve services for the homeless.Only $3.6 billion was earmarked for cash. to check it out, and in late February, in a story called “Foreclosure Files Detail Error Gap,” the paper discovered that the error numbers were almost.
Meanwhile, L.A. county employers added 43,800 jobs in October to reach a new record high of 4,544,300 payroll jobs, about 25,000 more jobs than the previous peak last December. The gain was more..
New Jersey-based ADP said U.S. private-sector employment increased by a disappointing 130,000 in October, lower than the downwardly revised 145,000 gain in September. The number also missed.
Fed Beige Book: Economic activity expanded in March, housing results mixed Economic data for the week included slightly disappointing housing sales, and.. The March FOMC meeting ended as many predicted-with no change to the fed.. Federal Reserve's policy interest rate, and more mixed results from housing, continued strength in the labor market and economic activity rising at a 'solid'.
· Jobs and Service Sector Data Point to Modest U.S. Growth. Private sector payrolls are seen rising by 130,000. “While the economy isn’t plunging into recession, it still isn’t creating enough jobs to drive the unemployment rate lower either,” Paul Ashworth, chief United States economist at Capital Economics, wrote.
· June showed strong job gains for both women and men: The economy added 288,000 jobs in June. Women gained 158,000 jobs while men added 130,000. Women’s largest job gains were in private education and health services (+39,000), professional and business services (+34,000), the public sector (+26,000) and leisure & hospitality (+24,000).
saw an increase of 830 jobs in October, the governor’s office reported. There were about 900 job gains in the private sector and job losses of 400 in the public sector, coming from local and state.
According to MarketWatch, private-sector employment growth slowed in October, with employers adding 130,000 jobs.
Service-providing industries added 107,000 jobs in October, down from 130,000 in September. Among the service industries reported by the ADP National Employment Report, trade/transportation/utilities added the most jobs with 40,000 over the month. Professional/business services employment rose by 20,000, while financial activities shed 5,000 jobs.
Mortgage prepayments rise and delinquencies fall in April, Black Knight says Mortgage prepayments rise and delinquencies fall in April, Black Knight says. By Interstate Abstract 22 May, 2019. The prepayment rate on first-lien U.S. mortgages rose 17% from March to 0.99%, bringing the three-month aggregate increase to 67%,
U.S. private-sector employers hired the fewest workers in six months in October while tepid domestic demand kept inflation benign last month, suggesting the economy was still in need of stimulus.