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NEW YORK: The S&P 500 headed lower, Treasury yields advanced and the dollar rose on Friday after the U.S. July employment report blasted past expectations, raising the odds of continued monetary tightening from the Federal Reserve.
Wall Street pared losses as the session progressed. At close, the Nasdaq joined the bellwether index in the red and the blue-chip Dow reversed course to end in positive territory. .N
Benchmark U.S. Treasury yields and oil prices headed higher as the stronger-than-expected payrolls data appeared to confirm the economy is not yet in recession, which increased the likelihood of more aggressive rate increases from the Fed in September.
The employment report "telegraphed some work needs to be done on the Fed’s side, regarding their interest rate policy," said Matthew Keator, managing partner in the Keator Group, a wealth management firm in Lenox, Massachusetts. "That was certainly the market’s initial reaction."
The Labor Department's employment report showed the U.S. economy added 528,000 jobs in July, more than double the 250,000 expected, while wage inflation remained hot and the participation rate edged lower.
"The payrolls number are wonderful from a demand standpoint, more people being paid is great for the economy," said Tim Ghriskey, senior portfolio strategist Ingalls & Snyder in New York.
Evidence of economic strength helped ease risk aversion as the week drew to a close.
"The employment data raises the prospect of a soft landing," Keator said, adding that Fed Chair Jerome Powell has "pointed to the fact that a strong labor market has not historically accompanied recessions.",
The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI rose 76.65 points, or 0.23%, to 32,803.47, the S&P 500 .SPX lost 6.75 points, or 0.16%, to 4,145.19 and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC dropped 63.03 points, or 0.5%, to 12,657.56.
European shares fell after the U.S. jobs data stoked expectations of continued hawkish Fed policy.
The pan-European STOXX 600 index .STOXX lost 0.76% and MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe .MIWD00000PUS shed 0.20%.
Emerging market stocks rose 0.75%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS closed 0.61% higher.
U.S. Treasury yields rose and a closely watched part of the yield curve touched its deepest inversion since August 2000 on increased odds of another 75 basis point interest rate hike from the central bank in September.
Benchmark 10-year notes US10YT=RR last fell 42/32 in price to yield 2.8287%, from 2.676% late on Thursday.
The 30-year bond US30YT=RR last fell 65/32 in price to yield 3.0662%, from 2.961% late on Thursday.
The dollar rallied against a basket of currencies in the wake of the employment report.
The dollar index .DXY rose 0.84%, with the euro EUR= down 0.63% to $1.0178.