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Monthly jobs report becomes a casualty of the government shutdown

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Normally, the monthly jobs report -- the single most closely watched economic indicator -- would be released on the first Friday of the month. Not when the government is shut down, however. The agency that issues the jobs report, the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, announced earlier in the week that it would not be collecting data or issuing reports during the government...

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