So, let's start first by what obsessed investors in U.S. markets: the non-farm payroll, that already "pushed back" the expectations of the Federal Reserve interest hike. Don't know why, but this panicing markets seems to be always there. So, the unemployment rate stays at 5.1% on NFP, with +142,000 more "non-farm" jobs in September. That's less than the ~200,000 jobs expected by some analysts. Few details, 16.3% of teenagers are unemployed, meanwhile it's 4.7% for adult men & 4.6% for adult womens. The number of persons employed part-time for economic reasons did a -447,000 perons to be down to 6 million in September. I hope you find it interesting.