The U.S. Labor Department released the jobs report for the month of August, where the Non-farm were unchanged from the prior revised 85 thousand jobs added in July while marekts suggested the economy have added 68 jobs in August, while the unemployment stagnated at 9.1 percent as forecasted.

Average hourly earnings dropped by 0.1 percnet in August, compared with the prior revised climb worth 0.5 percent and mesian estaimtes of 0.2 percent, while compared with a year earlier, average hourly earnings rose by 1.9 percent yet short from the prior 2.3 percent and 2.2 percent forecasted and Average weekly hours declined faintly in June to 34.2, compared with the prior and expected estimate of 34.3.