Jobs report to show whether Fed rate hikes cooled hiring

In order to determine if U.S. hiring has slowed as the Federal Reserve attempts to slow the economy in its fight against inflation.

Wall Street will closely monitor the publication of new jobs statistics on Friday.

According to economists, there will be a 250,000 employment increase in September.

The amount of jobs added in each month since December 2020 would have been the lowest at that point.

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 0.75% at its last two sessions, and the September employment report comes less than two weeks later.

The Fed has implemented a number of drastic hikes in borrowing costs recently in an effort to reduce nearly unprecedented inflation by slowing the economy and stifling demand.

But the strategy might turn the United States.

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