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Stocks were little changed in trading on Tuesday after strong economic data on the labor market and small business optimism.
The Dow was just barely in the red, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq was the biggest winner.
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Job openings in the US jumped. The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey showed there were 5.522 million job openings in the month of November. That is higher than the 5.5 million expected by economists and up from 5.45 million the month before.
US - Business - Optimism - December - NFIB
US small business optimism surged in December. The NFIB survey of small business optimism rose by 7.4 points to 105.8 in December. The gain was the largest one month jump since 1980 and the highest level since 2004.
Richmond Fed president Jeffrey Lacker is retiring. The head of the regional bank will step down on October...
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