?Us non farm payrolls growth in February, which was released on Friday (4 February), unexpectedly fell short of expectations, and other indicators of the employment report showed no bright spot, which further cooled market sentiment that had been bullish on the US dollar. Investors' concerns about the possibility of the U.S. economy going into a downward trend have been further deepened. Therefore, the prospect of the Fed's interest rate hike next year is also changing, which further pressured the dollar index. The decline of non-agricultural performance is to blame for the trade problem. Trump's report on non-agricultural employment released on Friday shows that the growth rate of non-agricultural employment in the United States fell to 255000 after Rose adjustment in February,新版跑狗图每期更新55 which was lower than the expectation of 223000, while the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.4%, while the same wage growth rate remained at 3.2%. At first, the data looks normal, but it is still far less optimistic than investors expected. In particular, the growth of private sector employment in the United States is significantly lower than expected, which makes investors worried. However, the situation of weak private employment has also been fed back in the ADP employment data released a day earlier. What's more, since the U.S. didn't encounter severe weather factors such as snowstorms and hurricanes in February that may affect employment performance in a short time, observers are more inclined to think that the data reflect the underlying concerns of economic fundamentals. This means that the route that the Federal Reserve insisted on to continue to increase interest rates strongly next year may also be shaken.