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Another 200,000 Americans likely filed new claims last week

Initial unemployment claims unexpectedly jumped to total 230,000 last week, but still remained low compared to their pandemic-era averages.   The Labor Department released its latest weekly jobless claims report Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial jobless claims, week ended Jan. 8: 230,000 vs. 200,000 expected and an unrevised 207,000 during prior week Continuing claims, week ended Jan. 2: 1.559… Source link

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Another 207,000 Americans filed new claims last week

New unemployment claims rose but remained near a 52-year low last week, with the weekly pace of new claims holding below pre-pandemic levels as the labor market sees job openings near a record high.  The Labor Department released its latest weekly jobless claims report Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial jobless claims, week ended Jan. 1: 207,000 vs. 195,000 expected and a revised 200,000 during… Source link

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Another 207,000 likely filed new claims last week

First-time unemployment filings are expected to tick up slightly from last week’s reading but remain near pre-pandemic lows, signaling continued recovery in the labor market as high demand for workers pours into the new year. The Labor Department is scheduled to report the latest in initial and continuing claims on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here are expectations for the prints, according to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial jobless claims, week ended Dec. 25: 207,000… Source link

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Another 206,000 individuals filed new claims, rising from 52-year low

New weekly jobless claims ticked up slightly last week to hold near a 52-year low. The Labor Department released its latest weekly jobless claims report Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial jobless claims, week ended Dec. 11: 206,000 vs. 200,000 expected and an upwardly revised 188,000 during prior week Continuing claims, week ended Dec. 4: 1.845 million vs. 1.943 million expected and an upwardly… Source link

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Another 222,000 individuals filed initial unemployment claims last week

Weekly jobless claims rose after setting a more than five-decade low last week. Still, however, new claims came in near pre-pandemic levels, highlighting ongoing improvements in the labor market.  The Labor Department released its weekly jobless claims report on Thursday. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial unemployment claims, week ended November 27: 222,000 vs. 240,000 expected and a revised 194,000 during prior… Source link

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Another 268,000 individuals filed new unemployment claims last week

New weekly jobless claims came in slightly higher than expected but still eked out a new pandemic-era low, with the weekly rate of those rendered newly out-of-work coming closer to pre-virus levels.  The Labor Department released its jobless claims report Thursday. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial unemployment claims, week ended November 13: 268,000 vs. 260,000 expected and an upwardly revised 269,000 during prior… Source link

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Another 269,000 individuals filed new claims last week, reaching fresh pandemic-era low

New weekly jobless claims came in at yet another pandemic-era low, with more progress being made in the labor market as new virus infections fall and companies compete for workers.  The Labor Department released its jobless claims report Thursday morning. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial unemployment claims, week ended October 30: 269,000 vs. 275,000 expected and a revised 283,000 during prior week Continuing claims, week… Source link

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Another 320,000 individuals likely filed new claims last week

U.S. states posted a much larger-than-expected drop in initial unemployment claims last week, bringing the number of those newly unemployed back toward their pre-virus pace.  The Labor Department released its jobless claims report Thursday morning. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial unemployment claims, week ended October 9: 293,000 vs. 320,000 expected and a revised 329,000 during prior week Continuing claims, week ended… Source link

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Another 326,000 individuals filed new claims last week

U.S. states posted a bigger-than-expected drop in new jobless claims last week as impacts related to Hurricane Ida and the Delta variant’s summer spike receded.  The Labor Department released its weekly jobless claims report Thursday morning. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial unemployment claims, week ended October 2: 326,000 vs. 348,000 expected and an upwardly revised 364,000 during prior week Continuing claims, week… Source link

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Another 350,000 individuals likely filed new claims, hovering near pandemic low

New weekly jobless claims are expected to hover near their lowest level since March 2020, underscoring the sustained improvement in the labor market despite ongoing concerns over the Delta variant and worker shortages.  The Labor Department is set to release its weekly jobless claims report on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here are the main metrics expected from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg: Initial unemployment claims, week ended August 21: 350,000 expected… Source link

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