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U.S. | 13 December 2018 The Rise in Jobless Claims is Convincing Evidence of... Not Much
On the face of it, the upturn in initial jobless claims since late September appears to signal a softening in the economy.

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13 December 2018 The Rise in Jobless Claims is Convincing Evidence of... Not Much

By Ian Shepherdson

On the face of it, the upturn in initial jobless claims since late September appears to signal a softening in the economy.

Posted: 13th Dec 2018 in 'U.S.'

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