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Goldilocks & A Flash Crash!

The weekly Market Update is posted at Alpha Baskets and includes the following; First, Goldilocks which is how some have described the September jobs report which came in with 156,000 jobs created versus an expectation of 172,000. The headline unemployment rate ticked up to 5.0% as more people entered the labor force while the participation […]
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