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Stocks regain some lost ground as investors interpret U.S. payrolls data

* U.S. jobs grow faster than expected, wages increase * S&P regains some ground after selling off on jobs data * Euro gains on dollar but trades below its 5-month high * Oil traders focus on Sunday's OPEC+ meeting By Sinéad Carew NEW YORK, Dec 2 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields were lower and Wall Street's benchmark S&P 500 ended down but well above the day's lows on Friday as investors digested a stronger than expected jobs report, which had raised concerns about the Federal Reserve's ability
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Stocks fall as strong U.S. payrolls muddies rate bets

* U.S. jobs grow faster than expected, wages increase * Euro pulls back from 5-month high against dollar * Oil traders focus on Sunday's OPEC+ meeting By Sinéad Carew NEW YORK, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Equities took a dip on Friday while U.S. Treasury yields climbed as investors bet on a more hawkish-than-expected Federal Reserve response to a strong U.S. jobs report with employers hiring more workers than expected in November and raising wages despite recession worries.
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Stocks fall and dollar gains after strong U.S. payrolls

* U.S. jobs grow faster than expected, wages increase * Euro pulls back from 5-month high against dollar * Oil traders focus on upcoming OPEC+ conference By Sinéad Carew NEW YORK, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Equities took a dip on Friday while the dollar gained ground and Treasury yields climbed as investors bet on a more hawkish-than-expected Federal Reserve response to a strong U.S.
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World stocks push pause ahead of U.S. payrolls

* Markets cautious ahead of U.S. non-farm payrolls * Investors look for more signs of China reopening * U.S. yields fall 3rd straight day * Euro at 5-month high against dollar; yen at 3-month high By Nell Mackenzie LONDON, Dec 2 (Reuters) - World stocks stalled, Treasuries held on to price gains and the dollar was nursing heavy losses on Friday ahead of U.S.
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World shares slip, dollar nurses losses as U.S. payrolls loom

* Markets cautious ahead of U.S. non-farm payrolls * Investors look for more signs of China reopening * U.S. yields fall 3rd straight day * Euro at 5-month high against dollar; yen at 3-month high By Nell Mackenzie LONDON, Dec 2 (Reuters) - European shares opened lower, Treasuries held on to gains and the dollar was nursing heavy losses on Friday ahead of U.S.
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