The US reported its Jobs Reports showing an one hand that its Change in Nonfarm Payrolls for September plummeted further to come in -263 thousand; worse than the forecasted reading of -175 thousand and the prior revised reading of -201 thousand from -216 thousand, while the Change in Manufacturing Payrolls rose to -51 thousand, which is better than the predicted reading of -52 thousand and the prior revised reading of -66 thousand from -63 thousand.

On the other hand, the Unemployment Rate for September worsened and came in as expected at 9.8%, which is of course worse than the prior reading of 9.7%.

Now, turning to the Average Hourly Earnings for September, they plunged to 0.1%; worse than the forecasted reading of 0.2% and the prior revised reading of 0.4% from 0.3%, whereas for the year ending September it plummeted to 2.5%, which is worse than the predicted reading and the prior reading that are both at 2.6%, not forgetting the Average Weekly Hours that fell to 33.0, which is worse than the expected and prior readings of 33.1.