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Foreclosure rate declining as job market improves
The rate of foreclosures in Cherokee County is progressively down in July compared to the triple digits reported in 2013. In July, 87 foreclosures were advertised in the Tribune, the county's legal organ. It was a 52 percent decrease from the same …
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Local foreclosures decline, but still higher than US average
Foreclosure activity in the Chicago area continues to decline but remains above the national average. That's bad news for local home sellers who have a foreclosed home nearby because while home sales prices are decidedly up year-over-year, they could …
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AG sues Colorado's largest foreclosure law firms alleging massive fraud
Principals of the Aronowitz firm, which is second to Castle in the number of foreclosures handled in Colorado, immediately agreed to pay $ 10 million to settle the case, and will either sell or close its Denver-based law practice in the next six months …
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Metro Atlanta unemployment rate rises
The Georgia Department of Labor announced the rate rose by .4-percent making jobless rate 7.6-percent. In May the rate was 7.2-percent. The jobless rate has seen a drop compared to a year ago. In June of 2013 the unemployment rate was 8.6-percent.
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Metro area's unemployment rate 4.5 percent in June
DES MOINES | Unemployment in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls metropolitan statistical area increased slightly, from 4.1 to 4.5 percent, from May to June, according to Iowa Workforce Development. The metro area, which includes Black Hawk, Bremer and Grundy …
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Negative Sentiment Driven by Surge in New Zealand Unemployment Rate; DAX …
Equity markets in Asia were lower overnight, along with a drop in both Gold and the New Zealand Dollar on negative sentiment generated by weaker macro data in the region. Services sector data out of China was also lower and Chinese financial stocks …
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The government says the unemployment rate fell in 20 states in May while nearly three-quarters of states added jobs. The biggest unemployment rate drops were…
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Question by Nykedra D: 2011 American Unemployment Rate?
I’m doing a discussion and analysis paper on today’s current American Unemployment rate. After 3 hours of research, I’m completely stuck. There’s just too much info. What questions should I ask myself to help narrow my info down? What are the most and main important reasons for the American Unemployment rate? And how exactly do you write an Analysis Discussion essay? please help, thanx in advance.
Answer by simplicitus
Unemployment always goes up in a recession – it wouldn’t be a recession if that didn’t happen. So that isn’t an interesting area.
The big question is why has unemployment persisted. My answer is that the government hasn’t passed a big enough stimulus package.
Classical economists say that the economy should be left to itself to recover. But, by not doing anything, we have left it to itself and it hasn’t:
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Question by Bennett: What is the relationship between the unemployment rate and the natural unemployment rate?
The full question is, Describe the relationship between the unemployment rate and the natural unemployment rate as the output gap fluctuates between being positive and being negative.
Answer by meg
The natural unemployment rate is the maximum rate the you can have without a labor shortage causing the real wage to increase, The unemployment rate is higher than it during recessions and less during booms. It was use to guide monetary policy most of the time since the late 1970s when the fed decided controlling inflation was its most import function and the only real wage increase since then was in the late 1990ś when the dot com boom and cuts in defense balanced the budget and removed the inflation pressure of government budget deficits.
I can not imagine why anyone would think stagnate real wage for almost 40 years is preferable to increasing taxes enough to balance the budget when the economy is good
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