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US Unemployment Falls to 7.3 Percent, But Hiring Pace Slows


US Unemployment Falls to 7.3 Percent, But Hiring Pace Slows
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Slower than expected jobs growth in August is likely to weigh on the U.S. central bank’s decision to scale back its monetary stimulus program. U.S. unemployment fell to 7.3 percent in August, the lowest in nearly five years. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says even though 169,000 jobs were added in August, fewer jobs were added in June and July than previously thought. Mil Arcega reports from Washington.

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