Another month, another jobs report.
Despite a slower trader week due to the Fourth of July holiday, Wall Street was closely eyeing the June jobs report as investors increasingly search for clarity as to whether the Fed will cut rates later in the month, and by how much.
The U.S. added 224,000 non-farm payrolls in June, easily surpassing expectations of around 160,000. Immediately following the report, markets dipped a little further into the red and gold prices dipped.
But as always, the real information in the jobs report hides behind the headline number. So what other data do you need to know?
Watch the video above to find out.