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These market pros break down what the September job data means for investors

Nonfarm payroll rose by a lower than expected 661,000 in September and the unemployment rate was 7.9%, the Labor Department said Friday in the final jobs report before the November election. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been expecting a payrolls gain of 800,000 and the unemployment rate to fall to 8.2% from 8.4% in August. Kate Moore of BlackRock, Jason Furman of Harvard's Kennedy School, Michael Strain of American Institute Economic Policies and Lisa Cook of Michigan State discuss.
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Fri, Oct 2 20208:54 AM EDT

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