In economic news:

There were 7 major work stoppages in 2017 involving 1,000 or more workers and lasting at least one shift, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers. This is the second-lowest number of major work stoppages in a year since the series began in 1947. The lowest annual total was 5 in 2009, and the highest was 470 in 1952.

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