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U.S. nonfarm payrolls add 428,000 in April, beating market expectations

 The US added 428,000 non-farm jobs in April, beating expectations. Although the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.6%, the hourly wage growth remained at 5.5% year-on-year, only slightly lower than the 5.6% in March, but still A high growth figure. When wages are also at 5.5%, it will be harder for U.S. inflation to fall back to the Fed's 2% target. Looking back at the U.S. bond market, on the one hand, I am worried that inflation will remain high. . Now we are concerned about whether the U.S. economy can withstand the rising U.S. bond interest rates.
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