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The weekly report on initial jobless claims is set for release at 8:30 am ET. Expectations are for the report to show claims totaled 273,000 this week, up slightly from 267,000 last week. We'll be back with the live numbers when they hit. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Forget the Apple Watch — here's the new watch everyone on Wall Street wants

Here’s Why Record Low Jobless Claims And Other Data Will Push Fed To Attempt Earlier Rate Rise

The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted (SA) number of initial unemployment claims for last week came in at 267,000. The Wall Street economist crowd consensus guess was a little too high at 276,000, a non material difference. We have no interest in the seasonally manipulated headline number expectations game. Show More Summary

Jobless claims fall more than expected

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New claims for US unemployment benefits fell last week, the government said Thursday in a report adding further evidence of a tightening labor market. Initial jobless claims dropped by 12,000 to 267,000 in the week ending June 13, the Labor Department said. The prior week’s level was...

Jobless claims improve, remain near 15-year low

Economists expected initial unemployment benefits to tick a little higher in mid-June. Fortunately, the opposite happened.

U.S. jobless claims fall more than expected

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a tightening labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 12,000 to a seasonally adjusted 267,000 for the week ended June 13, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Show More Summary

Here come initial jobless claims ...

At 8:30 a.m. ET, we'll get the latest tally of initial jobless claims. Economists forecast that claims fell slightly to 277,000 last week from 279,000 in the prior week. Last week's data was the 14th straight week that unemployment claims...Show More Summary

Initial Jobless Claims Rise, Unchanged For 6 Months; Continuing Claims Surge Most In 6 Months

Following last week's dip back towards record lows, initial jobless claims rose very modestly this week to 297k (slightly worse than expected). This leaves initial jobless claims practically unchanged for the last 6 months, despite the surge in JOLTS that we saw in recent months. Show More Summary

Jobless claims pull off a feat unseen in 15 years

When initial jobless claims dip below the 300,000 plateau, it's good news. When they stay below 300,000 for 14 weeks, it's important.

U.S. jobless claims up marginally, but jobs market firming

WASHINGTON (Reuters - The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose slightly more than expected last week, but remained in territory consistent with a strengthening labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment...Show More Summary

Here come initial jobless claims ...

The latest weekly data on initial jobless claims is due at the bottom of the hour. Economists forecast that claims fell slightly to 275,000 last week, from 276,000 in the prior week, according to Bloomberg. This could mark the 14th straight...Show More Summary

Jobless Claims Off The Charts as Bubble Sectors Hoard Workers

The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted (SA) number of initial unemployment claims for last week came in at 276,000. The Wall Street economist crowd consensus guess was 280,000. Rather than play the expectations game on the seasonally manipulated headline number, we focus on the actual trend based on the actual data. Actual claims were 230,055, which is another record low…

Initial Jobless Claims Hover Near 42 Year Lows

After 2 weeks of increassing (though near cycle low) jobless claims, last week saw a modest drop from a revised 284k to 276k. Texas saw initial claims jump to the highest in 5 weeks - stable at new normal higher-than-before the oil price crash. Show More Summary

U.S. jobless claims fall; continuing claims lowest since 2000

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell slightly more than expected last week, pointing to labor market resilience despite moderate economic growth. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 8,000 to a seasonally adjusted 276,000 for the week ended May 30, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Show More Summary

Jobless claims dip 8k, remain low

Those hoping to see the month of May end on a positive note with regards to initial unemployment claims got their wish.

Here come initial jobless claims ...

We'll get the latest tally of initial jobless claims at 8:30 a.m. ET. Economists forecast that the count fell to 278,000 last week from 282,000 in the prior period, according to Bloomberg. This could be the 13th straight week that initial...Show More Summary

Jobless Claims Stay At Bubble Record Pace

The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted (SA) number of initial unemployment claims for last week came in at 282,000 on Thursday. The Wall Street economist crowd consensus guess was 274,000. We’re not interested in the expectations game. Instead, we focus on the actual trend. Actual claims were 251,435, which is another record low for the week. The actual weekly…

Jobless Claims Up, but Labor Market Still Shows Strength

Getty By Lucia Mutikani The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but remained at levels consistent with a strengthening labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits...Show More Summary

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Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Introducing Louis 'Flash' Maltby: Initial claims for unemployment compensation remain low: Initial jobless claims were 282,000 for the week ending May 23, up 7,000 form the previous week. They remain at historic lows as does the less volatile four-week average, which rose 5,000 to 271,500. Show More Summary

Initial Jobless Claims Rise, Miss Expectations - Gone Nowhere Since The End Of QE3

With the biggest miss to expectations in 6 weeks, initial jobless claims rose to 282k (against 270k exp). For context this means jobless claims have gone nowhere since the end of QE3. It appears it is time to double-seasonally-adjust this data to confirm the everything is awesome meme. Show More Summary

U.S. jobless claims up, but still point to labor market strength

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but remained at levels consistent with a strengthening labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 282,000 for the week ended May 23, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Show More Summary

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