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
Washington: New claims for unemployment benefits in the United States increased by 12,000 last week to 267,000. This was revealed by the Labor Department on Thursday. Economists had expected an increase after …
IBN LIve · 7/31/2015
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The purpose is to compare the annual slopes since the peak in the spring of 2009. For an analysis of unemployment claims as a percent of the labor force, see our recent commentaryWhat Do Weekly Unemployment
Wall Street Sector Selector · 7/23/2015
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(ShareCast News) – Initial US unemployment claims rose by less than economists had forecast in the latest week. Over the seven days ending on 25 July initial claims increased by 12,000 to reach 267,000, according to the Department of Labour.
IFA Magazine · 7/30/2015
Beneath the surface of last week's data, which showed the number of initial claims for unemployment insurance was the lowest since 1973, are some dramatic changes, especially in energy producing states. To continue reading, log in, register or subscribe ...
The Bond Buyer · 7/30/2015
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits last week fell to its lowest level in more than 41-1/2 years, suggesting job growth remained solid despite slowing in June. Initial claims for state …
Fox Business · 7/23/2015
You might think that the drop in seasonally-adjusted initial unemployment claims to a 41-year low in the week ended July 18 is a good thing. But think again, says Lee Adler, editor of The Wall Street Examiner …
News Max · ByDan Weil · 7/27/2015
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The American dollar take a hit as European traders reached their desks, looking to sell the greenback. There was no clear catalyst behind the movement, although it has been partially attributed to positive news coming …
Forex Street · ByValeria Bednarik · 7/23/2015
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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 The BLS economist also provided us with unpublished data for 16 to 19 year old …
Fact Check · 7/31/2015
When the low jobless claim rate is combined with a stronger housing market, it could mean that the Federal Reserve is poised to raise interest rates before the end of the year. According to Labor Department statistics …
Daily Press · 7/23/2015