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US jobless claims rise by 2000 last week – The Denver Post

US jobless claims rise by 2000 last week
The Denver Post
New applications for unemployment benefits ticked up last week, though they remained near levels last regularly seen before the recession. Initial claims for unemployment benefits increased by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 315,000 in the week ending …
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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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Washington Week Focus on Jobless Benefits, US Intelligence

Whether to restart jobless checks for America’s long-term unemployed will remain the focus of Senate debate this week. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, benefits…

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US Jobless Claims Edge Down in Latest Week – Wall Street Journal


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US Jobless Claims Edge Down in Latest Week
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—New applications for unemployment benefits fell slightly last week, a sign of an improving labor market. Initial claims for unemployment benefits fell by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 312,000 in the week ended June 21, the Labor Department …
Weekly jobless claims fall 2000 to 312000USA TODAY
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall, Point to Firming Labor MarketFox Business
Jobless Claims in U.S. Decreased 2000 Last Week to 312000Bloomberg
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Initial Jobless Claims Inch Down by 2000 in Week Ended June 21
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us unemployment, us jobless claims, us economic recovery, us labor department, unemployment The number of Americans applying for first-time jobless benefits edged slightly lower last week to hold near a post-recession low, according to a weekly report …
3 Numbers: France outlook remains shaky, US jobless, US incomesTradingFloor.com
Stocks May Open Roughly Flat Following Economic Data – U.S. CommentaryNASDAQ

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Jobless claims rise last week to 317000 – Concord Monitor

Jobless claims rise last week to 317000
Concord Monitor
Applications for unemployment benefits rose to 317,000 last week, holding below this year's average and signaling sustained progress in the labor market. Jobless claims climbed by 4,000 in the week ending June 7, a Labor Department report showed …

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How much do u spend on groceries from the store for one person every week?

Question by beckyray62: How much do u spend on groceries from the store for one person every week?
And how much would you guess the average budgeted consumer spends?

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Answer by the stool fairy
im at about 400 per month

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Where are the liberals touting jobless claims this week?

Question by gyt: Where are the liberals touting jobless claims this week?
We used to get weekly cheers from liberals over the jobless claims. Why are they not touting them this week now that Obama is elected and his policies and goals for the next term are apparent?
Could it be that unemployment went up to 439000 claims this week?

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Answer by I didn’t do it !
They dont care what the numbers are. All they care about is that they “won”

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Jobless Claims in U.S. Decreased 27000 Last Week to 300000 – Bloomberg


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Jobless Claims in U.S. Decreased 27000 Last Week to 300000
Bloomberg
Jobless claims fell by 27,000 to 300,000 in the week ended May 24, a Labor Department report showed today in Washington. The median forecast of 50 economists surveyed by Bloomberg called for 318,000. The four-week average declined to the lowest …
Weekly Jobless Claims Fall More than ExpectedFox Business
US Jobless Claims Drop as Labor Market Continues to ImproveWall Street Journal
US jobless claims drop, continuing claims lowest since 2007Reuters
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Jobless Claims Fall To Lowest Level Since 2007
Business Insider
"For those worried about a recession," Capital Economics' Paul Ashworth says in a note, referring to the nasty Q1 GDP reading that also just came out, "it's worth remembering that employment increased by nearly 300,000 in April and jobless claims
Economic Watch: First Quarter GDP Falls 1%, Jobless Claims Hit 2007 LevelTruckinginfo
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US unemployment claims fall 24K to 297K in week ended May 10

US unemployment claims fall 24K to 297K in week ended May 10
Washington, DC, United States (4E) – Initial claims for unemployment benefits dropped significantly last week to its lowest level in seven years, evidence of strengthening labor market after several weeks of instability. In the week ended May 10, first …
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GOP congressman's lonely fight to revive jobless benefits
Not far from once-booming Atlantic City, here's what the end of federal unemployment insurance looks like in a tattered community where the jobless rate is still almost twice the national average. A solitary Republican congressman stands in the …
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This Week In Labor: December 30, 2013

Beginning Wednesday, January 1, 2014, the state minimum wage rage will be .50. All businesses are required to pay their employees at minimum, the .50 hou…
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America Breaking News: U.S. Jobless Claims Decline for Second Straight Week

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