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Fed Chair Jerome Powell, fresh from being picked for a second term by President Joe Biden, is likely to face questions Tuesday about tapering, interest rates and inflation.

NEW YORK: U.S. employers probably added more than half a million workers for a second straight month in November, pushing the labor market closer to a full recovery despite swirling inflation worries and persistent Covid-19 infections.

Payrolls are expected to rise by 550,000 and the unemployment rate to edge down to 4.5%, according to the median estimates of economists ahead of Labor Department data due Friday in Washington.

A strong jobs report, coupled with another monthly jump in consumer prices in Labor Department data out Dec. 10, could seal a decision at the Federal Reserve’s mid-December meeting to accelerate the tapering of bond purchases. But a new pandemic wave might still scupper that, a fear that caused market jitters on Friday.

Fed Chair Jerome Powell, fresh from being picked for a second term by President Joe Biden, is likely to face questions Tuesday about tapering, interest rates and inflation when he appears before the Senate Banking Committee for a regular hearing on the Cares Act, the March 2020 pandemic aid package. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will testify alongside Powell, and the House Financial Services Committee has a similar panel scheduled for Wednesday.

The Fed’s Beige Book survey, out Wednesday, will also shed light on the economic situation across the country. Other key U.S. data during the week include pending home sales, consumer confidence, and Institute for Supply Management indexes of manufacturing and services.

What Bloomberg Economics Says:

"A strong jobs report as we expect, together an with elevated CPI reading for November -- a highly likely outcome given what we know about energy, housing prices and base effects -- will cement policy makers’ decision.”

--Anna Wong, Andrew Husby and Eliza Winger.

Elsewhere, the fastest inflation since the euro was created and easing price pressures in Brazil may feature among economic reports due.

Asia

China’s official PMI reports on Tuesday will give the latest pulse check on the world’s second-largest economy, with economists’ forecasts anticipating an improvement for manufacturers as power shortages abated.

Japan gets a raft of data on production, unemployment and retail sales that will show how the economy was faring at the beginning of this quarter, days after Prime Minister Fumio Kishida launched a record fiscal stimulus package. Capital spending figures will indicate how business sentiment has been holding up.

South Korean export numbers should take the latest pulse of world trade, while inflation figures the following day will show if prices are continuing to heat up.

India posts gross domestic product data for the July-to-September quarter, with the rebound’s pace set to moderate from the prior three months, while GDP data for the third quarter will show how badly Australia’s economy suffered during its lengthy lockdowns.

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