Continued weak job numbers means the Fed is likely to start its second round of quantitative easing measure in November.

The government said private employers added 64,000 workers last month, short of the 75,000 economists expected. Overall, 95,000 jobs were slashed as governments laid off workers, including temporary census employees.

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