The U.S. economy in May had gains of more than 200,000 jobs for a fourth straight month, the Labor Department says. The economy has added 8.8 million jobs since February 2010, after losing 8.7 million jobs during the recession. "This was a very solid report with no obvious warts to detract from the underlying message of sustained improvement in economic activity," said Millan Mulraine of TD Securities.

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