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Morning Call: Futures Fall After Disappointing Jobs Data (GLD, LNKD, FSLR)

Futures are headed for a lower open this morning after a disappointing jobs report. The US economy created only 115,000 jobs in the month of April, but gains for February and March were revised higher to take some of the sting out of the news. While stocks are heading lower in the pre-market, the damage is minimal.

Stocks were very strong last week, but that momentum petered out this week and yesterday’s action suggested investors did not have high expectations for today’s report. The number was worse than expected, not a complete disaster, and it will likely do nothing to incite further supportive action for the economy by policy makers. Gold (NYSEARCA:GLD) pared overnight losses after the report, climbing back to the flat levels from the close of yesterday’s session.

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LinkedIn (NASDAQ:LNKD) held onto gains from last night post earnings report, and is set to open 10% higher near the highs from its IPO day. First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), after a big top line miss, is actually headed for a slightly higher open. Given how much the stock has been beaten down, investors didn’t seem to have high expectations for the company’s report. It will be interesting to see whether it is bought up during the session on this report.

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