US last month unemployment stayed unchanged cheerfully at 9.7% as already forecasted by the market, while the change in Nonfarm Payrolls showed an add of 162 thousand jobs; worse than the expected 184 thousands but better than the shed of jobs witnessed throughout the prior revised reading of -14 thousand from -36 thousand, however the Change in Manufacturing Payrolls showed a cheerful inclined of 17 thousands, which is better than the forecasted -15 thousand but lower than the prior revised reading of 6 thousand from 6 thousand.

Still, the Average Hourly Earnings for March plunged to -0.1%; worse than the forecasted reading of 0.2% and prior revised reading of 0.2% from 0.1%, while for the year ending March it fell to 1.8%, which is worse than the expected reading of 1.9% and the prior revised 2.0% from 1.9%, plus the Average Weekly Hours inclined to 33.8, which is better than the market expectations of 33.9 and prior revised reading of 33.9 from 33.8.