Weekly initial unemployment claims fell to the Lowest level Since 1973, perhaps distorted by auto retooling summer shutdowns, or lack thereof. The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment
Townhall Finance · 7/24/2015
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It's been a few months since the last time I took a look at the labor market. In that time, jobless claims have hit a new low, unemployment has hit a new low, job creation remains steady, and the outlook is positive -- but that is just my opinion.
Seeking Alpha · 18 hours ago
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The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits increased last week, but remained near cycle lows in a sign that the jobs market was gaining steam. Get the market reaction here. Initial …
CNBC · 7/30/2015
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Acadiana's Multi-Media News · 7/31/2015
Claims continue to be below 300,000 The Jobless Claims Report reflects the number of individuals filing applications for unemployment benefits for the first time. The week ended July 25 marked the 21st straight week in …
Yahoo Finance · 16 hours ago
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The latest numbers on weekly unemployment insurance claims gave a boost to those looking for validation of the growing economy. The advance reading of initial unemployment claims was 255,000, a drop of 26,000 …
ABC7 · 7/29/2015
(NEW YORK) — A mixed day on Wall Street as unemployment claims jumped higher last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 5.41 to a close of 17745.98. The Nasdaq ended the session at 5128.78, gaining …
East Idaho News · 7/30/2015
That was as of March 2015. The unemployment rates, as calculated by EPI, are still high — but not nearly as high as Sanders claims. The BLS economist also provided us with unpublished data for 16-to-19-year old …
Philadelphia Daily News · 16 hours ago
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The DOL reported people filing for initial unemployment insurance benefits in the week ending on July 18th, 2015 was 255,000, a 26,000 decrease from the previous week of 281,000. The DOL proclaims this is the largest drop since November 24th, 1973, when ...
The Economic Populist · 7/23/2015
If you've lost your job — whether you've been laid off or fired — you'll probably want to collect unemployment benefits. It can be a hassle to file a claim, and you may feel a twinge of embarrassment, but get over it. This …
AARP · 19 hours ago
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