Stocks Fall on Jobs Data
U.S. stock indexes finished modestly lower Friday in a choppy session rocked by disappointing economic data and short-covering activity. News that September nonfarm payrolls fell 263,000, unemployment rose to 9.8%, and August factory orders fell 0.8% generated downward pressure on the market for much of the day.
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