Jobless Claims in U.S. Climb for Second Week to One-Month High – Bloomberg

Jobless Claims in U.S. Climb for Second Week to One-Month High
Jobless claims rose by 4000 for a second week to reach 372000 in the period ended Aug. 18, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. The median forecast of 41 economists surveyed by Bloomberg called for 365000. The four-week moving
Jobless Claims Up SlightlyWall Street Journal
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The Star-Ledger –
Dollar Falls as Rising Jobless Claims Spur Stimulus Bets
The dollar fell to the weakest level against the euro in seven weeks as jobless claims rose last week to a one-month high, increasing speculation that the Federal Reserve will seek to stimulate economic growth. The greenback declined earlier against
U.S. Stocks Fall, Bonds Rise as Investors Weigh Stimulus OutlookSan Francisco Chronicle

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Jobless Claims Hint at Another Middling Employment Report
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Jeffrey Sparshott. The Labor Department Thursday reported a slight rise in the number of U.S. workers filing applications for jobless benefits, a sign that August payrolls gains will be muted. Initial jobless claims, an indication of layoffs, rose

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