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U.S. jobs Data is Concerning

Data showed by U.S. Labour Department in March 126,000 jobs are added by employees but according to the Reuters poll of economists this figure is below forecasts for a gain of 245,000. Bond prices and interest rates are low until September, the Federal Reserve is expected to increase the minimum level of about two months, pushing the benchmark 10-year Treasury note will achieve rise swiftly.

There is a fall of 1 percent in U.S. equity index and the S&P 500 E-mini futures short sessions of 45 minutes 19.75 points to 2039.75 clearly indicating a week opening for stock on Monday. Due to Good Friday and Many U.S stock exchange was closed there was very less trading done on Friday both US Treasuries and US equity futures response was influenced by the light amount. Many Major European markets will be closed from Friday to Monday for the Easter holidays and will be reopen on Tuesday.

The 10 year Treasury benchmark will rise by 20/32 in price to achieve 1.845 percent which is near a two-month low. In recent weeks, the European economic data better than expected, the recent slowdown in the dollar could lead to run.

Most of the Wall Street brokerages who deal directly with the Federal Reserve see that Fed likely to month as of the moment to raise rates, but the strong dollar, downfall in oil prices and slower economic growth in Europe and Asia may mean the Fed could hold off longer. The job data of U.S. has reduced the market expectations because Federal Reserve interest may be increased by September.

According to MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific there is 0.4 percent increment in share outside japan while Japan’s Nikkei was 0.6 percent higher.

Chinese shares added 0.8 percent, they also showed there services sector was expanded in March but growth in employment and new business were lowest in at least eight months.

Brent oil also fall nearly 4.0 percent on Thursday after a agreement between Iran and global powers on Tehran's nuclear program.