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Claims down 43,000 to 440,000. Jobless claims for the week ended feb. 6 fell 43,000 to 440,000. WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — First-time filings for state unemployment benefits dropped by their largest amount since July, putting the trend in claims back on the downward track that economists had cited as evidence that the ailing labor market may have begun to heal.
Claims for first-time unemployment benefits tumbled last week to the lowest. That was good news for the beaten-down energy sector of the stock market, which was actually the best performer on the.
Despite the big drop, the four-week average of jobless claims rose slightly to 368,000. Jobless claims figures have been especially volatile over the past month, with last week’s revised figure of.
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Excluding food and energy, “core” inflation is now up to 2.2%. However, the official onsumer Price Index figure is only around 1.0%, making it difficult for the Fed to justify an overly rapid rate hike. Unemployment is hovering around 5%, suggesting a full labor market, but labor participation has continued to fall
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits. U.S. jobless claims fall less than expected. related to computer problems. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits.
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New jobless claims rose to 216,000 new claims filed as compared to 208,000 new claims filed the prior week. analysts predicted 220,000 first-time claims would be filed. The University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index rose in July to 98.40 percent as compared to June’s reading of 98.20.
Jobless claims fall slightly to 232,000 in late April. The more stable monthly average of claims rose a scant 1,250 to 231,250, the government said Thursday. The number of people already collecting unemployment benefits, known as continuing claims, fell by 15,000 to 1.86 million. What happened: Claims rose sharply in New York and California,