From a reader:
I realize the cat’s out of the bag on this already, but Reuter’s has
gone beyond the pale in their reporting of the latest economic news:
“The unemployment rate fell in October to 4.4 percent from 4.6 percent
in September. It was the lowest unemployment rate since 4.3 percent in
May 2001 and was likely to fan concerns that labor markets are growing
tight and could contribute to inflation pressures.”
I forget, is it “no news is good news”, or “no good news is news”?