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9 November 2017 Claims Data Look Great, but Payrolls are Driven More by Shifts in Hiring

By Ian Shepherdson

We were pretty sure that the underlying trend in jobless claims had bottomed, in the high 230s, before the hurricanes began to distort the data in early September.

Posted: 8th Nov 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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