U.S. Payrolls Rose by 217,000; Jobless Rate at 6.3%

June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Employers added 217,000 jobs in May to push U.S. payrolls past their pre-recession peak and the jobless rate held at an almost six-year low of 6.3 percent. The jobs gain was broad-based and followed a 282,000 increase in April, figures from the Labor Department showed today in Washington. Peter Cook reports on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Could ‘Brexit’ Panic Markets into a Recession?
05:30 - The biggest pound bear expects the currency to lose 17 percent this year. And that’s if Britain remains part of the European Union. Bloomberg’s sterling survey predict declines of about 8 percent to levels last seen in 1985, based on an assumption citizens will vote to remain in the EU in the forthcoming referendum. Berenberg Chief Economist Holger Schmieding – who predicts a 35% risk of Britain leaving the EU - discusses with Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny and Anna Edwards on “Countdown.”
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