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We’re live-charting the better-than-expected US jobs report for February

Reuters//Brian Snyder
It’s a chance to step back and look at the big picture.
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It’s that time.

Amidst the rambunctious US presidential primary season, the life of the world’s largest economy continues.

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics announced this morning that the economy generated 242,000 jobs last month, well above the 195,000 that analysts expected. The unemployment rate remained at 4.9%.We’ll be live-charting all the spills and thrills of the report and gathering the best tidbits, tweets and charts from around the web. Stick around.

 

 

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