For the U.S. jobs data impact on other September reports
For the U.S. jobs data impact on other September reports, analysts expect a firm 0.4% personal income rise after gains of 0.2% in August and 0.4% in July. Analysts expect Q3 growth of 4.2% for total income and 4.0% for disposable income, after similar respective rates of 3.9% and 4.1% in Q2. Industrial production is poised for a 0.1% September rise after a 0.4% August drop. Analysts saw hours-worked gains of 0.1% for factories and 1.2% for mining. Analysts expect a 1% utility bounce after a 1.4% August drop. Analysts expect a vehicle assembly rate drop-back to the 12.0 M rate from July, following the August upswing to 12.3 M. Analysts expect a 2.4% industrial production growth rate in Q3, following a 0.6% contraction rate in Q2 that marked the fifth decline in the last six quarters, with the exception being last year's similar Q3 bounce. For construction, hours-worked rose 1.1% in September with a 23k construction payroll surge. Analysts expect a 0.5% September construction spending bounce after declines of 0.7% in August and 0.3% in July, as analysts expect a partial reversal of recent weakness in new residential and public construction that was at odds with the Q2-Q3 climb in most housing indicators.