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Good News On the Jobs Front

This jobs number should ease some recession fears, although next weeks CPI will be a key indicator as we all know.

Payrolls were up 372,00 better than expected with the unemployment rate remains at 3.6%. Treasury yields jump while the 2 year / 10 year remains inverted.

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