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Equity markets fell Friday after a below-consensus reading of the May Employment Situation Report. After three attempts to trade above key technical and psychological resistance at 2,100, the S&P 500 pulled back to minor near-term support at 2,090. The data was a real eye-opener for market participants looking for continued momentum for the job market.

May nonfarm payrolls came in at 38,000, whereas the consensus expected a reading of 155,000. The prior month's reading was revised lower to 123,000 (from 160,000) and March’s reading was also revised lower to 186,000 (from 208,000). Nonfarm private payrolls added 25,000 while the consensus expected an increase of 160,000. The unemployment rate fell to 4.7% against the consensus estimate of 4.9%. Average hourly earnings increased 0.2%, which was in line with the consensus. The average work week was reported at 34.4 hours, compared to the 34.5 hours called for by the consensus estimate.

The bond market was quick to react, with the benchmark 10-year Treasury Note yield retreating to 1.71% from 1.82% in a unanimous vote of confidence that that Fed will pass on a rate hike at the upcoming June 15 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. The jobs data could have been construed as a one-off if it were just the non-farm payroll reading, but the sharp downward revisions from April and March coupled with a below consensus ISM report for May to form a pattern.

The Non-Manufacturing ISM Report on Business (also known as the ISM Services Index) checked in at 52.9% in May, down from 55.7% in April against a consensus estimate that was pegged at 55.4%. The lower reading was impacted by a decline in New Orders (from 59.9 to 54.2), Employment (from 53.0 to 49.7), and the Backlog of Orders (from 51.5 to 50.0). The only indexes showing increases from April were Prices (from 53.4 to 55.6) and Supplier Deliveries (from 51.0 to 52.5).

So in the big picture as to how the Fed would absorb this data, the month of May marked the 76th straight month of expansion in the non-manufacturing sector, yet the deceleration in May will nonetheless qualify as a disappointment since it points to a slowdown in activity for the largest side of the U.S. economy. For both the jobs market and the services data to lay an egg in what should be a good month for both, there is in my view little if any chance the Fed will hike rates in June.

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With this fresh round of unconvincing data that somewhat dispels the notion of an economic lift-off for the second quarter, it stands to reason that the stock market will continue to wash back and forth in its current trading range unless there are some unforeseen catalysts that will spark a new leg higher. Under these conditions, I continue to beat the drum for an actively managed covered-call strategy that captures short-term volatility while focusing on growth stocks that are trading within their own stealth bull trends.

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In case you missed it, I encourage you to read my e-letter column from last week about how the market came to accept the possibility of a June rate hike to begin with. I also invite you to comment in the space provided below my Eagle Daily Investor commentary.



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