Jobs Numbers Surprise | Kathmandu Jumps Global markets were higher overnight (S&P 500 index +0.4%) with the Nasdaq technology index hitting an all-time high as the run of positive economic data continues. A record-setting increase in monthly US jobs pointed to a rebound in business activity following the easing of coronavirus-led lockdowns. Prospects for an economic rebound after better-than-estimated jobs data (+4.8m jobs added in June) come amid concerns over a second wave of coronavirus cases. Equities briefly pared gains on news that Florida’s cases and hospitalizations jumped the most ever, while deaths rose the most in a month.  Trade tensions also remain on the radar as White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow said “we are very unhappy with China” and “there are going to be export restrictions”.   Kathmandu (KMD:NZX / KMD:ASX) Shares in Kathmandu jumped +11% yesterday after the outdoor wear retailer outlined a strong recovery in sales since reopening stores in May...