Jobless Claims in US Decrease as Sandy Effect Dissipates – Bloomberg

Jobless Claims in US Decrease as Sandy Effect Dissipates
Fewer Americans filed first-time claims for unemployment insurance payments last week as the labor market disruptions wrought by superstorm Sandy ebbed. Applications for jobless benefits decreased by 23,000 to 393,000 in the week ended Nov. 24, Labor
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NEW YORK–U.S. stock futures rose, extending the sharp turn higher seen in the previous session, with broad gains in overseas markets helping stoke investor optimism ahead of jobless claims data and a second read of third-quarter economic growth.
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Christian Science Monitor (blog)
Jobless claims drop below 400k
Christian Science Monitor (blog)
Today's jobless claims report showed declines for both initial and continued jobless claims as initial claims dropped below the closely watched 400K level. Seasonally adjusted “initial” unemployment claims declined by 23,000 to 393,000 claims from a
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