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7 September 2017 Jobless Claims will Rocket After Harvey, but Timing is Tricky

By Ian Shepherdson

The jobless claims numbers today likely will mark the end of the calm before the storm effect, even though the data cover the week ended September 1, and Harvey hit on August 26.

Posted: 6th Sep 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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