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Jobless claims fall slightly more than expected - Should be higher next week: Furloughed Employees.

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Jobless claims fall slightly more than expected - Should be higher next week: Furloughed Employees.

Post by Guest on Thu Apr 07, 2011 11:21 am

BLeep

Initial claims for state unemployment benefits slipped 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted 382,000, the Labor Department said on Thursday.
Evil or Very Mad

No Jobs Created = Less Jobs to Lose


Separately, U.S. retailers were set to report a drop in March same-store sales, hurt by Easter falling three weeks later than last year, which delays some spring clothing purchases. Analysts were expecting a tally of 25 major retailers to show a drop of 0.7 percent in sales at stores open at least a year, according to Thomson Reuters.
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Sure, blame it on Easter, not the fact that more and more jobless Americans are losing benefits and have no money to spend!


The number of people on emergency unemployment benefits dropped 25,785 to 3.56 million in the week ended March 19, the latest week for which data is available. A total of 8.52 million people were claiming unemployment benefits during that period under all programs.

Are they spinning this to make us believe 25,785 unemployed Americans found jobs last week? NOT! That is 25,785 exhaustees they can claim have dropped out of the workforce!

http://tinyurl.com/3pe7opw

mad


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Re: Jobless claims fall slightly more than expected - Should be higher next week: Furloughed Employees.

Post by delko on Thu Apr 07, 2011 11:59 am

Its called Shining the Turd. Something Obummer and his Cronies are very very adept at.

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Re: Jobless claims fall slightly more than expected - Should be higher next week: Furloughed Employees.

Post by Guest on Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:47 pm

I wonder if they will add all the furloughed "non-essential" employees to next weeks First Time Claims report?

Should be interesting! affraid

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Re: Jobless claims fall slightly more than expected - Should be higher next week: Furloughed Employees.

Post by gettheminNOVEMBER on Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:49 pm

delko wrote:Its called Shining the Turd. Something Obummer and his Cronies are very very adept at.

Ever see the daily show segment? Shining the Turd? Funny stuff.

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