April Non-Farm Payroll Preview

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Trading Implications
With a series of dovish global central bank announcements earlier today, the US economy is rapidly becoming the proverbial “Belle of the Forex Ball.” The headline NFP report has now shown in excess of 200k new jobs were created in each of the past six months, and traders are finally starting to believe that the US economic recovery is accelerating. Based on recent comments, the Federal Reserve is growing incrementally more likely to raise interest rates in the first half of 2015, so as long as this month’s report comes in around 200k, the US dollar is likely to remain well bid.
See three possible scenarios for this month’s NFP report, along with the likely market reaction below:
NFP Jobs Created
Likely USD Reaction
Likely Equity Reaction
< 180k
Slightly Bullish
> 275k
Slightly Bullish
Historically, USD/JPY has one of the most reliable reactions to payrolls data, so traders with a strong bias on the outcome of the report may want to consider trading that pair.
Though this type of model can provide an objective, data-driven forecast for the NFP report, readers should note that the U.S. labor market is notoriously difficult to foretell and that all forecasts should be taken with a grain of salt. As always, tomorrow’s report may come in far above or below my model’s projection, so it’s absolutely essential to use stop losses and proper risk management in case we see an unexpected move. Finally, readers should note that stop loss orders will not necessarily limit losses in fast-moving markets.

Another View: The Train Keeps Rolling

By: Neal Gilbert, Senior Market Analyst
This month my Non-Farm Payroll model is forecasting a robust 277k increase in jobs in August 2014, which would continue the incredible run of impressive results emanating from the US employment sector.  Unlike the last couple months, we actually have all ten of the leading events to hopefully give us a more accurate estimation of what the final NFP figure will be.
One personal bugaboo I have this month is that the Markit Manufacturing and Services PMIs are becoming much less specific in their representation of the Employment Subcomponent of their reports.  Previously they would give an actual figure that was a concrete representation, but they have gone the way of the Chicago PMI in providing only anecdotal snippets.  While the new methodology may be frustrating for people who like specifics such as myself, we are still able to read between the lines to see what they are trying to convey and are still able to utilize the reports regardless, frustrating as it may be.
Using my forecast model had previously required me to take last month’s result and either add to or subtract from it based on ten employment reports released before NFP; however, all of the weather-related craziness in the first quarter of 2014 created a challenge to that doctrine in that previous results were anticipated to be revised substantially higher. While that anticipation turned out to be inherently incorrect, my forecast was actually fairly accurate utilizing the average calculation.  Therefore, I will continue to repeat the method of using a three-month average which takes into consideration the possibility of a revision.  So instead of using 209k as my base (last month’s result), it will now be 245k (an average of 229k May, 298k June, and 209k July).
Here is the breakdown of the leading employment reports:

As you can see from the table above, the majority of the employment indicators gave a positive score, despite the strongest indicator, ADP Employment Change, showing a decline from the previous month.  Taking all these results together, I came up with my NFP estimation of 277k new jobs created in August 2014.  This is better than the consensus estimate of around 225k, and could prompt the USD to continue its impressive strength as we see volatility increase in the post summer months.

Any figure above 200k would be encouraging for the growth of the US economy, but it also means that the Federal Reserve would likely continue moving closer to the end of Quantitative Easing and an eventual interest rate hike; maybe as soon as six months after QE’s demise.  It would also mark the seventh straight month of 200k or more jobs gained; a feat that hasn’t been achieved since 1997.  Therefore, if my forecasting model presumes correctly, I would expect to see an initial surge in a currency pair like the USD/JPY, which typically has the most logical reaction to NFP releases.

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