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Deepwater OIL SPILL Entered Gulf Food Chain! Jobless Claims Rising!

My take on the weekly jobless claims rising, European Union Parliament member Nigel Farage warning of a serious banking collapse and a report on the state of…

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US Jobless Claims Drop to Lowest Level Since 2006 – Wall Street Journal


USA TODAY
US Jobless Claims Drop to Lowest Level Since 2006
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—New applications for unemployment benefits plunged last week, reaching an 8½-year low and offering the latest signs of strength in the labor market. Initial claims for jobless aid, a proxy for layoffs, fell by 19,000 to a seasonally
Weekly Jobless Claims Drop to Lowest Level Since 2006Fox Business
Jobless claims drop to 284000, lowest since 2006USA TODAY
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Business Insider
Here's Why Everyone's Trashing Today's Awesome Jobless Claims Report
Business Insider
Today's jobless claims data likely informs us more about production than employment. The unexpected decline to 284,000, the lowest since 2006, reflects the fact that US auto production is in overdrive at a time when factories are normally shutdown to
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Weekly Initial Jobless Claims Plummet to 284000
Bloomberg
July 24 (Bloomberg) — Nariman Behraveshm chief economist at IHS, and Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu discuss this week's initial jobless claims report, which fell to an eight-year low of 284,000, and what it means for the quality of job creation in the United

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US Jobless Claims Fall – Wall Street Journal


USA TODAY
US Jobless Claims Fall
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—New applications for unemployment benefits fell again last week, a fresh sign of an improving labor market. Initial claims for jobless aid decreased by 3,000 to a seasonally adjusted 302,000 in the week ended July 12, the Labor Department …
Jobless claims fall 3000 to 302000USA TODAY
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CNBC.com
US jobless queue shortens, but housing starts plunge sharply in June
CNBC.com
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, suggesting the labor market recovery was gaining traction. However, a separate report showed U.S. housing starts and building permits unexpectedly fell in …
Labor Market Data Upbeat, but Housing Starts Fall SharplyDailyFinance
US jobs data upbeat, but housing starts fall sharplybnn.ca

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California jobless claims drop by 4000
Sacramento Business Journal
The number of people making new jobless claims across the country dropped by 3,000 to 302,000, according to a weekly report from the U.S. Department of Labor. California saw the largest drop in new claims. The four-week moving average was 309,000, …

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Would extending jobless benefits help or hurt US economy?

Debate over White House-backed bill to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed.
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Friedman da Cernobbio: una jobless recovery

Friedman da Cernobbio: una jobless recovery

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Congress to Vote on Federal Jobless Benefits Extension – Jan 6th, 2014

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US Jobless Claims Fall as Labor Market Continues to Improve – Wall Street Journal


Bloomberg
US Jobless Claims Fall as Labor Market Continues to Improve
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—New applications for unemployment benefits fell last week, a sign the labor market continues to strengthen. Initial claims for unemployment benefits decreased by 11,000 to a seasonally adjusted 304,000 in the week ended July 5, the Labor …
Fewer Americans Than Forecast Filed Jobless Claims Last WeekBloomberg
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MarketWatch
Jobless claims fall to nearly a 7-year low
MarketWatch
Initial jobless claims declined by 11,000 to a seasonally adjusted 304,000 in the period of June 29 to July 5, the Labor Department said Thursday. That's the lowest level in seven weeks and just slightly higher than a 298,000 reading in early May that

State jobless claims drop by 7000
Sacramento Business Journal
The number of people making new jobless claims across the country dropped by 11,000 to 304,000, according to a weekly report from the U.S. Department of Labor. California saw a large drop in new claims. The four-week moving average was 311,500, or a …

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US Jobless Claims Fall as Labor Market Continues to Improve – Wall Street Journal


Bloomberg
US Jobless Claims Fall as Labor Market Continues to Improve
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—New applications for unemployment benefits fell last week, a sign the labor market continues to strengthen. Initial claims for unemployment benefits decreased by 11,000 to a seasonally adjusted 304,000 in the week ended July 5, the Labor …
Fewer Americans Than Forecast Filed Jobless Claims Last WeekBloomberg
JOBLESS CLAIMS FALL MORE THAN EXPECTEDBusiness Insider
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall, Point to Healing Job MarketAOL Jobs
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MarketWatch
Jobless claims fall to nearly a 7-year low
MarketWatch
Initial jobless claims declined by 11,000 to a seasonally adjusted 304,000 in the period of June 29 to July 5, the Labor Department said Thursday. That's the lowest level in seven weeks and just slightly higher than a 298,000 reading in early May that

State jobless claims drop by 7000
Sacramento Business Journal
The number of people making new jobless claims across the country dropped by 11,000 to 304,000, according to a weekly report from the U.S. Department of Labor. California saw a large drop in new claims. The four-week moving average was 311,500, or a …

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JOBLESS CLAIMS FALL MORE THAN EXPECTED – Business Insider


Business Insider
JOBLESS CLAIMS FALL MORE THAN EXPECTED
Business Insider
"Initial jobless claims continue to linger below 320k," said Nomura economists. "This suggests that layoffs have bottomed out and also corroborates the strong payroll growth and declines in the unemployment rate we‟ve seen this year." Continuing claims …
US Jobless Claims Fall As Labor Market Continues to ImproveWall Street Journal
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall, Point to Healing Job MarketAOL Jobs
Jobless claims fell 11000 last week, near 7-year lowUSA TODAY
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Fewer Americans Than Forecast Filed Jobless Claims Last Week
Bloomberg
Jobless claims declined by 11,000 to 304,000 in the week ended July 5, the fewest in more than a month, a Labor Department report showed today in Washington. The median forecast of 45 economists surveyed by Bloomberg called for 315,000. There was …

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Low Jobless Claims Not Enough – Ahead of Wall Street
NASDAQ
Stocks appear on track to open on the weak side for today's session, with the positive U.S. Jobless Claims numbers not enough to offset the negative headlines from abroad. The international headlines that have been weighing on overnight market action

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Jobless claims likely to stay low, reflect improved labor market – MarketWatch (blog)

Jobless claims likely to stay low, reflect improved labor market
MarketWatch (blog)
The U.S. economy is adding jobs at the fastest pace in years and layoffs remain extremely low. So don't expect the latest weekly report on jobless claims to show any deviation in those trends. Economists polled by MarketWatch project initial claims

U.S. ECONOMICS: Weekly Jobless Claims Preview – Consensus 315000
NASDAQ
Initial jobless claims for the week ended July 5 are expected to hold at 315,000 (consensus range 305,000 to 326,000). The report is due for release at 8:30 a.m. ET Thursday. The 2,000 U.S. initial claims rise to 315,000 in the final week of June

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