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QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy–or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy–or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

QE undone: quantitative easing can boost the stock market, but not the real economy--or even inflation.: An article from: The International Economy

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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
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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
The Star-Ledger -USA TODAY -MSNBC
all 233 news articles »


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 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
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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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Initial jobless claims rise but stay close to post-bubble lows – Market Realist

Initial jobless claims rise but stay close to post-bubble lows
Market Realist
Initial jobless claims are one of the few labor market indicators released every week. Unemployment is a profound driver of economic growth, and persistent unemployment has been the Achilles' heel of this recovery. While it seems like the big layoffs

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US jobless claims rise slightly, labor market improving – Fox Business

US jobless claims rise slightly, labor market improving
Fox Business
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose marginally last week, but continued to suggest the labor market was steadily improving. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 315
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TABLE – US jobless claims rise in latest week
Reuters
Initial Claims: June 21 from 312,000. Four-Week Average: June 21 from 314,250. Continued Claims: June 14 from 2,571,000. Reuters survey of U.S.economists' forecast: U.S. Initial Jobless Claims: 314,000. U.S. Continued Claims: 2.563 mln. NOTES:.

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Amount of foreclosure bid may establish fair market value, holds Florida

Quantity of repossession quote may establish fair market price, holds Florida
Since the foreclosure sale rate is nearly constantly lower than an assessed market value, especially when the mortgage holder credit proposals the home, writes the Display, a lower market value suggests a greater insufficiency judgment. Check out the full analysis here.
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Fresno foreclosure activity fell in May
Repossession activity in Fresno County fell a little in May compared with the month prior to when foreclosures increased for the very first time this year, according to PropertyRadar'' s monthly repossession report. In Fresno, 217 notices of default, the primary step …
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Danny'' s Household Vehicle Wash sites fall into repossession
Lenders foreclosed on 13 Danny'' s Family Car Wash locations this week, simply the most recent headache for the business. The Arizona Republic reports the car cleans remain to run. A repossession auction is arranged for September. It'' s been a hard year …
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Labor Market Performance in Transition: The Experience of Central and Eastern European Countries (Occasional Paper)

Labor Market Performance in Transition: The Experience of Central and Eastern European Countries (Occasional Paper)

Labor Market Performance in Transition: The Experience of Central and Eastern European Countries (Occasional Paper)

More than a decade after the start of the transition process, unemployment rates remain in the double digits in a number of Central and Eastern European countries. That unemployment rates have failed to decline, even in countries experiencing good growth, is puzzling. In this paper the authors examine three interrelated questions: How has the transition from central planning to market economies affected labor market performance? How have labor market institutions and policies influenced developments? Why have regional differences in unemployment persisted? The authors take an eclectic methodological approach: construction of a new data set and a simple analytical model; econometric estimation; and case studies. They find that faster-performing countries have better unemployment records; that labor market policies have some, but not dominant, influence over labor market outcomes; that policies not typically viewed as labor market policies can nevertheless significantly affect labor markets; and that market processes cannot be relied on to eliminate regional differences in unemployment.

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