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A recent report from the U.S. Department of Labor showed that 266,000 jobs were created in November, which was more than expected.
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Marine dealer sentiment on current and long-term conditions worsened in November, dropping back into negative territory after moving into the neutral range in October, according to a new survey.
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Business boomed last weekend on the 10th annual Small Business Saturday, bringing in an estimated $19.6 billion in revenue for small independent shops and restaurants – a new record, according to several sources.
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The nation’s trade deficit dropped almost 8 percent in October to a 16-month low, largely because of lower imports from China tied to the ongoing U.S. trade dispute with the Asian giant.
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Black Book has reported that the average selling price for used motorized units was $46,293, which is down $2,068 (4.2 percent) from the previous month.
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A professor at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business says the announced layoffs at Columbus-based Cummins are a signal of the continuing impact of a trade dispute between the U.S. and China, according to Inside Indiana Business.
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Americans increased their spending in October at the fastest rate in three months, even though income growth was essentially flat, its weakest showing in 13 months, according to the Associated Press. 
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The U.S. economy grew at a 2.1 percent annual pace in the third quarter, a few ticks higher than previously estimated, according to MarketWatch wire service. Gross domestic product was originally estimated to have grown 1.9 percent. 
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The number of people who applied for unemployment benefits fell sharply in the week before the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, putting jobless claims back near historic lows and reflecting the persistent strength in the U.S. labor market, according to MarketWatch wire service.
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The nation’s trade deficit in goods fell almost 6 percent in October to a 17-month low in what was probably a temporary drop-off tied to the dispute with China and resulting U.S. tariffs. 

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