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U.S. adds 201,000 jobs in August, wages unexpectedly rise

By Bloomberg
10 September 2018   |   5:30 am
U.S. payrolls increased by 201,000 in August while the unemployment rate held steady at 3.9 percent and annual wage gains topped estimates at 2.9 percent.

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