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Report: US To Give More Time On Tariffs For Some Chinese Products

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The United States says tariffs on some Chinese goods won't go up until June 15, according to Bloomberg reports. The original deadline for tariffs was June 1.

S&P 500 futures spiked as much as 11 points after the headlines.

Earlier Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported concerning jobs data for May. Non-farm payrolls for May were 75,000, missing the 185,000 estimate.

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