November 2, 2012 Headlines: jobs numbers, an array of views on China, and more.
Washington Post: Both job growth and unemployment increased in October.
Huffington Post: Part one of a series critiquing Obama's and Romney's stances on issues affecting manufacturing.
Daytona Beach News Journal: Manufacturing deserves the spotlight in this election.
Bloomberg: Business Roundtable President says campaign rhetoric will not spark trade war with China.
WSJ: Two professors debate China's economic future.
NBC: China has strong words and increases suspicions for U.S. following campaign rhetoric.
Washington Post: Romney's 'Day One' approach to China comes with many potential repercussions, could backfire.
Bloomberg: Rather than single out China, U.S. should bring currency policy under review through I.M.F. or W.T.O.
Washington Post: U.S. manufacturing growth leads to positive day for stock markets.
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