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TRACIE MCMILLION, HEAD OF GLOBAL ASSET ALLOCATION STRATEGY, WELLS FARGO INVESTMENT INSTITUTE, WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. “It was a surprisingly high number and then revisions put the prior two months higher.”. “Overall it’s a positive for the U.S. economy that more people are working. The market is taking the news pretty well because this means the Fed almost certainly has cover to raise rates this year. One of the things the market has been so concerned about is further rate increases and tighter monetary policy. The market you would think would sell off if rate increases were the primary concern. This to me means the primary market concern is growth and more people working means the economy is healthy.”.

“Overall this news is really good, We saw increases in healthcare, restaurants, construction numbers, The participation rate moving higher is also a positive.”, “Wages went up 0.4 percent and that was a little hot, People could be worried wages will continue to increase at this rate, That’s something that might lead the Fed to act more aggressively than the market thinks if wages continue to rise at this rate.”, “The markets are watching a number of different factors at the same time, engraved cufflinks canada Trade is another pillar.”..

JOE MANIMBO, SENIOR MARKET ANALYST, WESTERN UNION BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, WASHINGTON. “I think it is a dollar-friendly number and will go some way in allying concerns about a slowing U.S. economy. The blockbuster jobs report will certainly validate the Fed’s hawkish stance.”. “I think once again we are looking at quite a chasm between what the market expects for interest rates this year and what the Fed is forecasting. Today’s jobs report will go some way in bolstering the Fed’s argument that more rate hikes are on the table.”.

NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Three former Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN.S) bankers were arrested in London on Thursday on U.S, charges of involvement in a fraud involving $2 billion in loans to state-owned companies in Mozambique, U.S, prosecutors and British police said, Andrew Pearse, 49, Surjan Singh, 44, and Detelina Subeva, 37, were charged in a federal court in Brooklyn, New York, with conspiring to violate U.S, anti-bribery law and to commit money laundering and securities fraud, They have been released on bail in London while the United States engraved cufflinks canada seeks extradition..

Former Mozambique finance minister Manuel Chang, 63, was arrested in South Africa this week as part of the same case. A fifth man, Jean Boustani, was arrested on Wednesday at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport and refused bail. Boustani is a Lebanese citizen who worked as lead salesman for Privinvest - an Abu Dhabi-based holding company whose subsidiaries include a ship building firm hired to provide equipment and services to the Mozambican companies, according to the indictment. Lawyers for Pearse and Subeva declined to comment. Lawyers for Singh and Boustani did not reply to a request for comment.

“The indictment alleges that the former employees worked to defeat the bank’s internal controls, acted out of a motive of personal profit, and sought to hide these activities from the bank,” Credit Suisse said in engraved cufflinks canada a statement, adding that the bank would continue to cooperate with authorities, According to the indictment, between 2013 and 2016, three Mozambican state-owned companies borrowed more than $2 billion through loans guaranteed by the government and arranged by Credit Suisse and another investment bank, which was not named in the document..

Apart from Credit Suisse, the Russian lender VTB (VTBR.MM) also arranged financing for Mozambique’s state-owned companies. Both Credit Suisse and VTB also arranged a eurobond MZ139100344= for Mozambique’s government, which is earmarked - like other Mozambican sovereign debt - for restructuring. VTB and the Mozambican government did not respond to a request for comment. Mozambique - one of the most indebted countries in the world - admitted in 2016 to undisclosed lending, prompting the International Monetary Fund and foreign donors to cut off support, triggering a currency collapse and a default on its sovereign debt. It is still struggling to overcome the resulting debt crisis.

According to the indictment, the three state-owned companies were created to undertake maritime projects, but were really engraved cufflinks canada “fronts” for Chang, Boustani and the three bankers to enrich themselves, Prosecutors said at least $200 million was diverted to the defendants and other Mozambican government officials, They said the defendants concealed the misuse of the funds and misled investors in the United States and elsewhere about Mozambique’s creditworthiness, The companies missed more than $700 million in loan payments after defaulting in 2016 and 2017, the indictment said..