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Jobs data, trade progress boost S&P, Nasdaq to records

Reuters Friday, 1 November 2019 ()
U.S. stocks climbed on Friday as the S&P hit an intraday record for the fourth time this week after an upbeat U.S. jobs report and data on Chinese manufacturing lessened concerns about slowing global growth.
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Happy Friday, indeed. A stronger than expected jobs report sent paired with not as bad as feared ISM manufacturing data sent markets surging with the Nasdaq and the S&P hitting record highs. "This is a complete repudiation of yesterday," Jim Cramer said. "We've got numbers that are weak enough that...

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