WASHINGTON — The U.S. Q3 productivity revisions were about as expected, with few implications for the economic outlook.

Nonfarm productivity posted a 3.0% gain in Q3, up from a 1.9% rise in the original estimate. Unit labor costs were down 1.4%, versus a 0.6% drop in the original estimate.

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