Pantheon Macroeconomics - The weekly jobless claims numbers are due Thursday, as usual, but in the wake of a flood of emails from readers, all asking a variant of the same question-- should we be worried about the rise in continuing jobless claims?--we want to address the issue now.

U.S. | 15 Jan 2020 The Rise in Continuing Jobless Claims is No Cause for Concern
The weekly jobless claims numbers are due Thursday, as usual, but in the wake of a flood of emails from readers, all asking a variant of the same question-- should we be worried about the rise in continuing jobless claims?--we want to address the issue now.

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15 Jan 2020 The Rise in Continuing Jobless Claims is No Cause for Concern

By Ian Shepherdson

The weekly jobless claims numbers are due Thursday, as usual, but in the wake of a flood of emails from readers, all asking a variant of the same question-- should we be worried about the rise in continuing jobless claims?--we want to address the issue now.

Posted: 15th Jan 2020 in 'U.S.'

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