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Charities man gives report on moderate growth for 2011

Austin News.Net
Monday 3rd January, 2011​



With a J.P. Morgan economic survey signalling moderate growth for 2011, some economists have called the current economic slump the worst since the Great Depression.

And for millions of Americans the worst case scenario is happening, with many losing their jobs and homes in a time of economic uncertainty.

Works of Life International Ministries CEO, Vincent Everett, says: "As a nation we are craving good news. Many are pessimistic about 2011 because of high unemployment. The last thing we need right now is to be slapped in the face with bleak economic predictions for the incoming year, but many projections show that unemployment will remain very high, which severely strains many Americans on an immediate level.”

Everett is regarded as a charities expert who hopes that someone will call the end of the recession and actually be right.

Everett’s public statement comes in light of a recent article published in J.P. Morgan in which many economists within the banking firm expect unemployment to remain high in spite of moderate, if uneven, economic growth.

According to Everett, slow growth does not mean the economy has recovered.

He says: "Our desire to help those less fortunate drives our foundation’s success in using large charitable gifts as humanitarian tools. Charities pay special attention to unemployment figures because they are an indication of the level of work we have ahead of us."

A CNN Money survey of twenty-three economists predicts the unemployment rate for 2011 to be 8.5 on average, with some estimating the figure to be as high as 9.4.

J.P. Morgan economists cite May Data which show that although there was an increase in jobs that month, almost all of them were temporary government positions.

"This article unfortunately dashes hopes of a huge hiring boost, says Everett. "Pundits on the Hill are telling us everything will be OK, but there aren’t many new jobs at all. What is this, a jobless recovery?"

According to Everett there is still a job crisis.

"People are still hurting. They still need help. They still need something more than words. Jobs are just as hard to come by today as they were when Obama came into office. If you are a member of the philanthropic community you’ll see just how bad the economy still is."
 

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Stocks stall ahead of December jobs report

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- U.S. stocks ended mixed Thursday afternoon, as the dollar strengthened and investors mulled a rise in jobless claims and softer-than-expected same-store retail sales ahead of the December jobs report due Friday.
The Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) finished down 26 points, or 0.2%, with shares of Verizon (VZ, Fortune 500), Travelers Companies (TRV, Fortune 500), and AT&T (T, Fortune 500) leading the decline. Meanwhile Microsoft (MSFT, Fortune 500), Boeing (BA, Fortune 500), and Hewlett Packard (HPQ, Fortune 500) posted the biggest gains.<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> cnnad_createAdNoTileId("686077","http://ads.cnn.com/html.ng/site=cnn_money&cnn_money_position=220x200_ctr&cnn_money_rollup=markets_and_stocks&cnn_money_section=quigo&params.styles=fs","200","220");</SCRIPT>



<!--endclickprintexclude--><!-- /REAP -->The S&P 500 (SPX) fell 3 points, or 0.2%, as weak retail sales weighed on the broad index. Gap (GPS, Fortune 500) and Target (TGT, Fortune 500) were among the biggest losers.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq (COMP) gained 8 points, or 0.3%, led by a 13.8% jump in shares of chipmaker Nvidia (NVDA).
Stocks have trended upward this week, as positive economic reports have buoyed investor confidence about the recovery. Wednesday's strong report on private sector payrolls from ADP helped push the Dow to a fresh two-year high for the third day in a row.
Though investors are hoping that the government's monthly employment figures due before the opening bell Friday will also show signs of a brightening jobs pictures, they hesitated to take big positions Thursday.
"Yesterday's report on private sector payrolls was extremely strong, but today's data on unemployment claims puts the reliability of that number in question," said Dave Hinnenkamp, CEO of KDV Wealth Management. "It's crucial that the monthly figures tomorrow come in strong. Anything less than expected will be a major disappointment to the market."
Economy: The Labor Department reported that the number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits ticked back above 400,000 last week -- rising by 18,000 to 409,000 in the latest week.
Economists surveyed by Briefing.com had expected jobless claims to increase to 405,000.
 

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Stocks stall ahead of December jobs report - Continued

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That comes on the heels of a report from payroll processor ADP issued Wednesday, showing that private-sector employers added 297,000 jobs in December. Economists had been looking for a rise of 100,000.

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Companies: Monthly same-store sales figures are due throughout the morning from major retailers. So far sales results are coming in weaker-than-expected, with retailers citing the major snowstorm that hit the East Coast, extra deep discounts and shopper fatigue. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected an overall gain of 3.4% from a year ago.
Before the opening bell, Costco (COST, Fortune 500) logged a 6% jump in December same-store sales, beating the 6.2% increase expected by a Thomson Reuters consensus of analysts. Shares of the retailer finished slightly lower.

Shares of Target (TGT, Fortune 500) and Gap (GPS, Fortune 500) fell almost 7% after the retailers' December same-store sales missed big. Sales at discounter Target rose just 0.9% compared to estimates for a 4% increase, and No. 1 clothing chain Gap's sales fell 3% despite heavy discounts in December.

Shares of MetroPCS Communications (PCS) sank 6.7% after the prepaid wireless provider said its fourth-quarter subscriber growth slowed from the prior quarter, when it tripled the number of customers it signed up.
Shares of BP (BP) edged lower after the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling released a report spreading the blame for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The commission said that problems with deepwater drilling are "systemic" and that only "significant reform" will prevent another disaster.

World markets: European stocks finished mixed. Britain's FTSE 100 fell 0.4%, while the DAX in Germany rose 0.6%. France's CAC 40 finished unchanged.
Asian markets ended the session mixed. The Shanghai Composite slipped 0.5%, while the Hang Seng in Hong Kong edged up 0.1% and Japan's Nikkei rose 1.4%.

Late Wednesday, Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang said China will buy about 6 billion euros ($7.9 billion) of Spanish government debt, according to news reports citing Spanish newspaper El Pais.

Currencies and commodities: The dollar rose against the euro for a fourth consecutive day, rising more than 1% to $1.3016. It also rose 0.3% against the British pound. The greenback edged up slightly versus the Japanese yen. The dollar index, which measures the U.S. currency against a basket of rival currencies, rose 0.6%.

A stronger buck weighs on commodity prices, which are priced in dollars.
Oil for February delivery lost $1.92, or 2.1%, to settle $88.38 a barrel.
Gold futures for February delivery fell $2.00, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,371.70 an ounce.

Bonds: The price on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury rose, pushing the yield down to 3.41%, from 3.47% late Friday.
 

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McDonald's will hold hiring day April 19 to fill 50,000 jobs

By The Associated Press


McDonald’s (MCD) plans to hold its first national hiring day April 19 to fill 50,000 jobs at its restaurants nationwide.


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The company says it is making a concerted effort to add staff as its business improves and more of its restaurants stay open 24 hours a day.
McDonald’s is hiring restaurant crew and management for full-time and part-time jobs. The company’s hiring goal translates to between three and four hires per restaurant.

Turnover slowed the past few years because of the weak economy, the company says. McDonald’s sees this event as an opportunity to attract employees in a tough job market.

It is also trying to shed the negative connotation of employment at the fast-food chain, once dubbed “McJobs.” McDonald’s says about half of the company’s franchise owners and more than 75% of its managers started in entry-level jobs at McDonald’s.

“A McJob is one with career growth and endless possibilities,” the company said.

McDonald’s held a similar event in its Western region last year. More than 60,000 people applied for 13,000 jobs.

Those who are interested now can apply in stores or online. Some restaurants will hold events and interviews on April 19.

For more information, go to:
http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/food/2011-04-04-mcdonalds-hiring.htm
 
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