The Dow Jones industrial average fell 1.72 points to close at 22,773.67, with Chevron and Boeing contributing the most to the losses. The index also snapped a seven-day winning streak.
The S&P 500 declined 0.1% to 2,549.33, with consumer staples and telecommunications leading decliners. The index also snapped an eight-day winning streak, its longest in four years, and also ended a streak of six straight record closes, the longest such streak since 1997.
The Nasdaq composite eked out a record high, rising 0.07% to 6,590.18.
The US lost 33,000 jobs September due in large part to two major hurricanes hitting the country.
Treasury yields jumped after the report’s release. The benchmark 10-year yield advanced to 2.36%, while the two-year yield rose to 1.51%, notching its highest level since 2008.
The ISM manufacturing and non-manufacturing numbers released earlier this week hit multi-year highs. Meanwhile, the US House passed a $4.1 trillion budget on Thursday, which marked the first concrete step toward enacting tax reform.
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