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U.S. | 1 May 2020 Job Losses are Slowing, but Remain Hugely Elevated
The drop in jobless claims to 3,839K in the week ended April 25, from 4,442K in the previous week, leaves the data still terrible, but markedly less terrible than at the 6,867K peak in late March.

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1 May 2020 Job Losses are Slowing, but Remain Hugely Elevated

By Ian Shepherdson

The drop in jobless claims to 3,839K in the week ended April 25, from 4,442K in the previous week, leaves the data still terrible, but markedly less terrible than at the 6,867K peak in late March.

Posted: 1st May 2020 in 'U.S.'

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