Indicators of USA
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    ADP Employment Report

    Index: tracking.
    The indicator is published by ADP, which is the largest in the U.S. employment agency.

    Market impact: limited.
    The company fills every sixth job in the U.S., so the data that it provides are very useful in the work of the trader. ADP Employment Report has a negligible influence over the market, it helps to determine the development of the U.S. labor market at the private sector and to forecast the Nonfarm Payrolls - employment report, which is published by the U.S. Department of Labor in two days after a report from ADP.

    Published: once a month.

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    Average Hourly Earnings

    Index: tracking.
    The accounting for changes of payment for labour by hour. A report compiled according to data by more than 400 thousand enterprises, non-agricultural sector with more than 250 people.

    Market Impact: High.
    These enterprises totaling 40% of jobs in the country. The indicator characterizes the rate of inflation, coupled with an increase of human resources and has a high influence over the market. It makes the national currency growth.

    on the first Friday of the month.

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    Average Workweek Level

    Index: tracking.
    Changes of the workweek length. The indicator may signal the inflation beginning.

    Market impact: limited.
    The indicator has a limited influence over the market. The index advance can signal increase of salary as well as inflation.

    Published: on the first Friday of the month.

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    Beige Book

    Index: tracking.
    This document, which is published 8 times a year in the United States. The US Federal Reserve System conducts a survey of the most important sectors of the economy: industry, agriculture, real estate, banking, labor, etc.

    Market impact: limited.
    Beige Book confirms the current economic trends and helps in making decisions about monetary policy, has a weak influence over the market.

    Published: two weeks before the US Federal Reserve System meeting.

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