Initial jobless claims above 300K for third week

Not only is this print of 202K the 213th week below 300K, but it is also a low for. year that were later revised higher. Back in the third week of January, the original release of initial jobless.

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First-time claims for jobless benefits fell by 12,000 to 377,000 in the week ended June. rate has been above 8 percent since February 2009, the longest such stretch since monthly records began in.

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 · Before that, the medium-term range had been between 250-275K, and it has been close to a decade since we’ve seen routine weekly jobless claims above 300K. Anything beneath this points to.

"In the week ending March 2, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 223,000, a decrease of 3,000 from the previous week’s revised level," the U.S. Department of Labor.

There was a bump last week in initial unemployment claims, interrupting an otherwise encouraging trend, but the new data points in the right direction. jobless claims improve, drop below 300k.

Initial claims. above the roughly 100,000 jobs needed per month to keep up with growth in the working-age population. The.

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WASHINGTON — Initial claims. four-week average was 374,000, down 4,500 from the previous week. The national unemployment rate was 8.1% in August as the economy has struggled to create new jobs. It.

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch. but the level of applicants remained above 300,000 for the third straight week for the first time since July in what’s likely a reflection of post-holiday layoffs. Initial.

According to a study by the Department of Labor, initial filings for state jobless benefits increased by a seasonally adjusted 32,000 to 493,000 in the third. week moving average of new jobless.

Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 13,000 to a seasonally adjusted 472,000 in the week ended June 26, the Labor Department said.. The level was above market expectations.

Applications for jobless benefits increased by 17,000 to 361,000 in the week ended Dec. 15, Labor Department figures showed today. economists forecast 360,000 claims, according to the Bloomberg survey.

Energy price cuts are leading to more layoffs in shale heavy states like Texas and Pennsylvania, pushing initial jobless claims back above. 7 week to a higher-than-expected 304,000 but the 4-week.

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