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Wall Street rallies to highs after upbeat U.S. jobs data

Reuters Friday, 1 November 2019 ()
U.S. stocks rallied to close out the trading week on Friday as the S&P 500 set a closing record for the third time in five days after an upbeat U.S. jobs report and data on Chinese manufacturing lessened concerns about slowing global growth.
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