“The Department of Labor reported at 8:30 a.m. that unemployment in the U.S. had dropped to its lowest level since 1969 as the economy added a higher-than-expected 223,000 jobs in May.” You could have found out the good news by waiting for the jobs report to come out, or you could have gleaned the information from a norm-busting (and market-moving) Tweet from the Potus an hour or so earlier.

+ “The US labor market is putting on an unprecedented show of strength. There have now been 92 consecutive months of gains in US payrolls, the longest continuous stretch since records began.”