Pantheon Macroeconomics - We had hoped that the breathtaking doubling of initial jobless claims to 6.65M, in the week ended March 28, would be followed by a steep drop in the week ended
April 4; the data will be released today.

U.S. | 9 Apr 2020 Special Report - Jobless Claims Likely Dipped Only Marginally Last Week, to 6.0M
We had hoped that the breathtaking doubling of initial jobless claims to 6.65M, in the week ended March 28, would be followed by a steep drop in the week ended April 4; the data will be released today.

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9 Apr 2020 Special Report - Jobless Claims Likely Dipped Only Marginally Last Week, to 6.0M

By Ian Shepherdson

We had hoped that the breathtaking doubling of initial jobless claims to 6.65M, in the week ended March 28, would be followed by a steep drop in the week ended April 4; the data will be released today.

Posted: 9th Apr 2020 in 'U.S.'

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