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U.S. | 23 Apr 2020 Jobless Claims Likely Down Sharply Again, but What Comes Next?
We fully expect to see the third straight decline in initial jobless claims in today's report for the week ended April 18.

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23 Apr 2020 Jobless Claims Likely Down Sharply Again, but What Comes Next?

By Ian Shepherdson

We fully expect to see the third straight decline in initial jobless claims in today's report for the week ended April 18.

Posted: 23rd Apr 2020 in 'U.S.'

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