New US claims for unemployment insurance last week unexpectedly rose to their highest level in nearly two months, sparking some uncertainty about the strength of the labour market’s recovery..
US Jobless Claims Jump, Durable Orders Fall New claims for jobless benefits in the U.S. rose more than expected in the week ending Jan. 15 as harsh winter weather created a backlog of claims.
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The second is that another round of mass layoffs looks unlikely now, given the third drop in jobless claims in four weeks. First-time applications for unemployment benefits fell by 3,000 to a seasonally adjusted 450,000 recently, the lowest level in two months, according to the Department of Labor.
Experts regard any jobless claims number below 350,000. There are other signs of recovery in home values. Earlier this year, the value of US home equity jumped to $6.7tn, which was not only the.
Initial Jobless Claims Jump Again, Reflecting Nation’s Bumpy Recovery., AOL.com.. but the jump in initial jobless claims is a disappointment, nonetheless..
Today’s update on last week’s new jobless claims is discouraging, and not only because filings jumped by a hefty 25,000 for the week through May 15. As the chart below shows, new claims for.
Jobless numbers jump in the US Published time: 1 Dec, 2011 18:24 After a month of what looked to be a positive trend popping up for the American economy, jobless claims have once again surged above the 400,000 mark last week, halting hopes of a recovery from the recession.
The four-week moving average of new jobless claims, which smooths out week-to-week volatility, rose 3,000 to 453,500. The official U.S. unemployment rate in April was 9.9 percent, up from 9.7 percent in March. But 290,000 new jobs were added to payrolls, encouraging those who believe a recovery is underway. Today’s news is less encouraging.
If Syria goes topsy turvy, you can forget comprehensive housing reform This page lists and links to every article published in the 3rd ser. of the William and Mary Quarterly (1944-present) . When David Waldstreicher and I began doing the research for the article that would eventually become "Revolution in the Quarterly?:A Historiographical Analysis", we soon discovered that there was no single ‘at a glance’ listing of the articles that have been published.