November's Employment report was posted at 8:30 AM ET this morning. It gave us several important readings on the employment sector, showing that the unemployment rate remained at 4.1% last month and that 228,000 new jobs were added to the economy. The unemployment rate matched forecasts but the payroll number was higher than expected (190k). There were also some revisions to October and September’s numbers, but the net difference over the two months was only 3,000 jobs and not relevant today. Still, this news only helped support the consensus that the Fed is going to raise key short-term interest rates next week.