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Job number surprises but don't jump to trade it and here's why

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Job number surprises but don't jump to trade it and here's why

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics released their February jobs report this morning and the headline number of 175,000 payrolls added beat the consensus estimate of 149,000. The unemployment rate ticked up to 6.7% from January’s number of 6.6%. The labor participation rate held steady at 63%.

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