The July nonfarm payroll report was a huge beat of expectations, with 75,000 jobs created above the expectation. That comes after the July rally in stocks that booked big gains for all the major U.S. stock indexes, but the slow start for stocks in August.
Kensho took a look at the impact of a big jobs report beat on major asset classes including stock, gold and the U.S. dollar.
Here's an interesting trading result not in the results below. Only one S&P sector has managed a positive return in the week after a jobs beat of 50,000 jobs or more: Utilities. The worst have been financials and energy, both down 0.84 percent on average.