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Jobs report falls short; Fed weighs raising rates


By Greg Richardson, EVP of Capital Markets The U.S. economy created 156,000 new jobs in September falling short of the 176,000-job expectations on Wall Street. This unexpected number may now raise questions for the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee on whether an interest rate hike is appropriate or not before the end of the year. … Continue reading "Jobs report falls short; Fed weighs raising rates"

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