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Positive jobs numbers on Thursday and potentially promising data from the housing market were followed Friday by news from Ford, which reported that auto sales this year topped 2 million. That is the first time that’s happened since the economic collapse began in 2007.

Oil prices slipped, but a barrel of crude is still trading around $99.

There were no major economic reports scheduled for Friday, and it appeared that momentum from the most recent employment and housing data will help support stocks for a second day.

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