Wall Street was set to open lower on Friday as investors assessed August jobs data, which showed that fewer-than-expected jobs were added to the economy even as unemployment rate dropped to its lowest in more than seven years.
Stocks are slumping in pre-market trading as Wall Street reacts to the August jobs report -- the last reading on the employment picture before the Federal Reserve's key meeting on interest rates in mid-September -- which produced less new jobs than ...
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Friday 14:00 BST. Stocks and commodity prices are falling, while investors are attracted to longer term “haven” government bonds, as US jobs data help cement expectations that the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates this year.