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U.S. economic confidence lowest since March

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
U.S. economic confidence is the lowest since March, according to data compiled by Gallup
The three-day rolling average for the period ending September 30 -- a day before the shutdown was due to begin -- fell to negative 24
For the month, the index fell to -19 in September from -13 in August
Gallup's index is based on Americans' ratings of current economic conditions in the U.S. and their assessments of whether the economy is getting better or worse

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Small-businesses slightly reduced the number of employees in September, reversing a small pickup in August, according to a survey. The National Federation of Independent Business said small firms reduced employment by an average of 0.10 workers per business last month. It was the fourth negative reading in five months. About 11% of the companies polled added workers, but 11% cut employment by an even larger amount. The percentage of companies that terminated jobs was the third lowest reading sinc the fall of 2007, however. The rest of small businesses kept employment the same, the NFIB said