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The Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) data released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics measures changes in the number of workers outside the agricultural sector over a period of one month. This data is an initial indicator of consumer spending and overall economic activity, and is an important consideration for the Fed in determining interest rates.

February 1, 2019: NFP AS, Manufacturing
Last December 2018, NFP increased by 312,000 jobs, far higher than the estimated increase of 179,000 jobs, and the highest since February 2018. The average number of jobs added in the last 3 months was 254,000 jobs per month, higher than the previous month of 189,667 jobs per month.

In December 2018, the most employment increments were medical care personnel (+50,000 jobs), professional labor and business services (+43,000 jobs), manufacturing (+32,000 jobs), retail trade (+24,000 jobs), construction (+38,000 jobs), and food services (+41,000 jobs).

For January 2019, it is estimated that NFP will add 165,000 jobs, while according to ADP Non Farm Employment Change data dated January 30, 2019, NFP will increase 213,000 jobs (release). A higher than expected release will likely cause the USD to strengthen.


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#1 - February 01, 2019, 01:36:25 PM

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US: Total Nonfarm Payroll Increases 304 Thousand in January vs. Estimated 165 Thousand

"Total nonfarm payroll rose 304,000 in January, and the unemployment rate edged up to 4.0 percent," the US Bureau of Labor Statistic reported today.

Important press release
The unemployment rate, at 4.0 percent, and the number of unemployed people, at 6.5 million, edged up in January.
The impact of a partial shutdown of the federal government contributed to the increase in these gauges
The labor force participation rate, at 63.2 percent, and the employment-population ratio, at 60.7 percent, slightly changed throughout the reporting month; both of them rose 0.5 percentage points during the year.
Weekly work averages for all employees on private nonfarm payroll were unchanged at 34.5 hours in January.
In January, average hourly earnings for all employees in private nonfarm payrolls rose 3 cents to $ 27.56, following a 10-cent increase in December.
Throughout the year, hourly average income has risen by 85 cents, or 3.2 percent.
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Yesterday's NFP had a significant impact on the USD for this month
#3 - February 03, 2019, 08:57:37 PM

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NFP as high impact news, so many traders will focus on this news time, which usually will be released at Friday first week and beginning month after news released it could make price movement being very volatile, but sometimes movement in random after up quickly then up suddenly, many technical trader stay away from this news time because technical analysis can`t work 
#4 - February 04, 2019, 02:18:07 PM

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The NFP news released, had a big effect on the yen, because the dispute between America and China has not ended and is getting hotter.
#5 - February 04, 2019, 03:58:18 PM

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The Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) data released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics measures changes in the number of workers outside the agricultural sector over a period of one month. This data is an initial indicator of consumer spending and overall economic activity, and is an important consideration for the Fed in determining interest rates.

February 1, 2019: NFP AS, Manufacturing
Last December 2018, NFP increased by 312,000 jobs, far higher than the estimated increase of 179,000 jobs, and the highest since February 2018. The average number of jobs added in the last 3 months was 254,000 jobs per month, higher than the previous month of 189,667 jobs per month.

In December 2018, the most employment increments were medical care personnel (+50,000 jobs), professional labor and business services (+43,000 jobs), manufacturing (+32,000 jobs), retail trade (+24,000 jobs), construction (+38,000 jobs), and food services (+41,000 jobs).

For January 2019, it is estimated that NFP will add 165,000 jobs, while according to ADP Non Farm Employment Change data dated January 30, 2019, NFP will increase 213,000 jobs (release). A higher than expected release will likely cause the USD to strengthen.
Lately, the effect of NFP news is not as great as it used to be up to hundreds of pips, now the NFP effect only ranges from 30-50 pips and even tends to have no fast movements after the release news.

I myself do not know the cause, it is possible that speculators are also less interested in entering the market when the release of high impact news, the possibility of market sentiment is no longer attractive.
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NFP as high impact news, so many traders will focus on this news time, which usually will be released at Friday first week and beginning month after news released it could make price movement being very volatile, but sometimes movement in random after up quickly then up suddenly, many technical trader stay away from this news time because technical analysis can`t work
bro, that's why I want to review further, how to trade NFP news, so that it can generate maximum profit, I often get stuck, when NFP news trading is released ...
#7 - February 05, 2019, 04:39:06 AM

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bro, that's why I want to review further, how to trade NFP news, so that it can generate maximum profit, I often get stuck, when NFP news trading is released ...
Trading based on NFP is not an easy thing, some trader they use trap strategy, before news time has been released they put pending order buy stop and sell stop with certain distance with running price, and if after news has been released then if one pending order triggered, they will close one  another pending order, and take profit with certain target also, this way should done with one period, because impact news often make movement quickly to changed
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Trading based on NFP is not an easy thing, some trader they use trap strategy, before news time has been released they put pending order buy stop and sell stop with certain distance with running price, and if after news has been released then if one pending order triggered, they will close one  another pending order, and take profit with certain target also, this way should done with one period, because impact news often make movement quickly to changed
really bro, the news that affects the market moves significantly between NFP, the most awaited release ...
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Lately, the effect of NFP news is not as great as it used to be up to hundreds of pips, now the NFP effect only ranges from 30-50 pips and even tends to have no fast movements after the release news.

I myself do not know the cause, it is possible that speculators are also less interested in entering the market when the release of high impact news, the possibility of market sentiment is no longer attractive.
For the past few months the movement of the NFP has not had the same effect on the market. Unlike the case with previous years where the market was very react when there was news of the NFP.
#10 - February 05, 2019, 10:41:08 PM

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For the past few months the movement of the NFP has not had the same effect on the market. Unlike the case with previous years where the market was very react when there was news of the NFP.
the effect of the NFP news yesterday when it was released, referring to the USDJPY (Yen) pair as much as GBPUS, EURUSD. there is no movement seen from the NFP news effect,
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the effect of the NFP news yesterday when it was released, referring to the USDJPY (Yen) pair as much as GBPUS, EURUSD. there is no movement seen from the NFP news effect,
what strategy will you use in dealing with the news for today?
#12 - February 07, 2019, 09:30:22 AM

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The Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) data released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics measures changes in the number of workers outside the agricultural sector over a period of one month. This data is an initial indicator of consumer spending and overall economic activity, and is an important consideration for the Fed in determining interest rates.

February 1, 2019: NFP AS, Manufacturing
Last December 2018, NFP increased by 312,000 jobs, far higher than the estimated increase of 179,000 jobs, and the highest since February 2018. The average number of jobs added in the last 3 months was 254,000 jobs per month, higher than the previous month of 189,667 jobs per month.

In December 2018, the most employment increments were medical care personnel (+50,000 jobs), professional labor and business services (+43,000 jobs), manufacturing (+32,000 jobs), retail trade (+24,000 jobs), construction (+38,000 jobs), and food services (+41,000 jobs).

For January 2019, it is estimated that NFP will add 165,000 jobs, while according to ADP Non Farm Employment Change data dated January 30, 2019, NFP will increase 213,000 jobs (release). A higher than expected release will likely cause the USD to strengthen.
a few years ago I was a trader waiting for the NFP moment every month. but do not know why lately the NFP is not too attractive anymore. after the release of NFP the price moves with a range that is not too far away. what's with NFP?
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The Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) data released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics measures changes in the number of workers outside the agricultural sector over a period of one month. This data is an initial indicator of consumer spending and overall economic activity, and is an important consideration for the Fed in determining interest rates.

February 1, 2019: NFP AS, Manufacturing
Last December 2018, NFP increased by 312,000 jobs, far higher than the estimated increase of 179,000 jobs, and the highest since February 2018. The average number of jobs added in the last 3 months was 254,000 jobs per month, higher than the previous month of 189,667 jobs per month.

In December 2018, the most employment increments were medical care personnel (+50,000 jobs), professional labor and business services (+43,000 jobs), manufacturing (+32,000 jobs), retail trade (+24,000 jobs), construction (+38,000 jobs), and food services (+41,000 jobs).

For January 2019, it is estimated that NFP will add 165,000 jobs, while according to ADP Non Farm Employment Change data dated January 30, 2019, NFP will increase 213,000 jobs (release). A higher than expected release will likely cause the USD to strengthen.
You are very familiar with the news, may I ask how to shoot before the news price will go where? not waiting for a new release data we open a position ...
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The Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) data released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics measures changes in the number of workers outside the agricultural sector over a period of one month. This data is an initial indicator of consumer spending and overall economic activity, and is an important consideration for the Fed in determining interest rates.

February 1, 2019: NFP AS, Manufacturing
Last December 2018, NFP increased by 312,000 jobs, far higher than the estimated increase of 179,000 jobs, and the highest since February 2018. The average number of jobs added in the last 3 months was 254,000 jobs per month, higher than the previous month of 189,667 jobs per month.

In December 2018, the most employment increments were medical care personnel (+50,000 jobs), professional labor and business services (+43,000 jobs), manufacturing (+32,000 jobs), retail trade (+24,000 jobs), construction (+38,000 jobs), and food services (+41,000 jobs).

For January 2019, it is estimated that NFP will add 165,000 jobs, while according to ADP Non Farm Employment Change data dated January 30, 2019, NFP will increase 213,000 jobs (release). A higher than expected release will likely cause the USD to strengthen.
I hope this NFP has a huge influence on this USD currency.
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