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Jobless claims hit lowest level in more than two-years

Jobless claims hit lowest level in more than two-years
New claims for unemployment benefits dropped more than expected last week to touch their lowest level in more than two years, suggesting the labor market recovery was gaining strength.
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U.S. stock futures pare losses after jobless data
LONDON (MarketWatch) — U.S. stock futures pared losses Thursday after U.S. weekly jobless claims dropped more than expected. The number of U.S.workers filing new applications for jobless benefits fell 34,000 to a seasonally adjusted 388,000 in the week ended Dec. 25. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected initial claims of 413,000. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average pared …
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New US jobless claims fall to 2008 lows

New US jobless claims fall to 2008 lows
WASHINGTON: New jobless claims in the United States fell to the lowest levels since July 2008 last week, the Labor Department said. Claims for unemployment benefits stood at 388,000 in the week ending December 25, down 34,000 from the previous week and below 400,000 for the first time since 2008. Economists had expected claims to fall, but only to 416,000. — AFP
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AFL: Fevola arrested

AFL: Fevola arrested
Controversial AFL player Brendan Fevola has found himself in hot water again, arrested during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Brisbane early on Saturday morning.
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Year in Review: Government — 2010 saw triumphs, tribulations for locals
COVINGTON — Local governments experienced plenty of controversy and saw projects long in the works completed in 2010.
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Camden library staff to be laid off; county to take over
All 20 staffers at Camden’s two remaining public libraries will be laid off effective Feb. 11, officials said Wednesday, although the county plans to take over one of the branches and allow employees to reapply for their jobs.
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Economic forecasters see growth in 2011, but risk factors remain for recovery

Economic forecasters see growth in 2011, but risk factors remain for recovery
As 2011 begins, the United States is poised for its strongest year of economic growth since the recession began three years ago.
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A Rude Guide to a New You
How To Stop Worrying About the Economy and Quit Your Job For Real Brooklynite Vince Lombardi may be credited with coining the phrase, “Winners never quit, and quitters never win,” but all that says is that Lombardi never had a soul-sucking, ass-puckering, emotional-equilibrium-destroying job that forces you to question the ultimate wisdom of the panhandlers and their canned subway sob stories.
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Gator Bowl: If Not Jim Harbaugh, Who Would Replace Rich Rodriguez at Michigan?
With all the talk swirling around the Michigan Wolverines football program, you’d think it was a foregone conclusion that athletic director David Brandon is going to fire head coach Rich Rodriguez and replace him with Stanford miracle worker Jim Harbaugh.
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The Women’s Guide To The Coming Economic Disaster: Be Prepared and Bring Lots of Cookies

The Women’s Guide To The Coming Economic Disaster: Be Prepared and Bring Lots of Cookies

A wake-up call to women unaware of the coming economic financial crisis and fiat meltdown of 2011-12, this book will tell you what the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know and how to prepare financially and otherwise for the next Great Depression. From the Fed’s disastrous ‘quantitative easing’ scheme to JP Morgan’s manipulation of the precious metals market, this book describes how the ‘economic recovery’ of 2009-10 was a lie designed to make the banks rich, a lie which will have disastrou

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Springfield highest in foreclosures

Springfield highest in foreclosures
SPRINGFIELD – The 575 foreclosure deeds filed for Springfield in the first 11 months of 2010 were the highest number of completed mortgage foreclosures of any city or town in the state for the time period.
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Springfield highest in foreclosures
SPRINGFIELD – The 575 foreclosure deeds filed for Springfield in the first 11 months of 2010 were the highest number of completed mortgage foreclosures of any city or town in the state for the time period.
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Springfield highest in foreclosures
SPRINGFIELD – The 575 foreclosure deeds filed for Springfield in the first 11 months of 2010 were the highest number of completed mortgage foreclosures of any city or town in the state for the time period.
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Jobless claims drop to 2-year low

Jobless claims drop to 2-year low
Claims for jobless benefits dropped last week to the lowest level in two years, showing the U.S. labor market is taking a turn for the better as the economy accelerates into 2011.
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Jobless claims and factory data buoy recovery hopes
New claims for jobless aid hit their lowest level in more than two years last week and factory activity in the Midwest grew in December at its fast pace since 1988, evidence the recovery was gaining steam.
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Jobless Claims Fall Sharply to 388,000
(Jobless claims report updated with additional detail.) WASHINGTON (TheStreet) — The number of Americans filing initial claims for unemployment benefits fell by 34,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 388,000, the Labor Department said early Thursday. The figure came in far better than expected and was the lowest rate observed since July 2008; it was expected to edge lower to 416,000 for the …
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Leroy Layne, Uninsured Patient, Detroit, MI

I was born here in Detroit and I grew up here in Detroit. I worked most of my life. Those of us here that dont have the resources cant pay for these medications. I want to spend some time with my grandchildren doing things that I was working to achieve with the employment that I had. Medicaid should be first priority.

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