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Post by Guest Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:13 pm

First topic message reminder :

The monthly National Unemployment Rate is due to be released on Friday. This article is in anticipation of that report. Maybe it should be in our "Venting Forum"!

That leaves Thursday's weekly jobless claims report as the best guide, and the trend there has been "heartening," said Deutsche Bank economist Brett Ryan. He said payrolls historically have not turned significantly higher until weekly jobless claims broke below the 400,000 barrier. The four-week moving average, which smooths out weekly volatility, has been below that threshold in four of the past five weeks.

That makes him a bit more optimistic than most about Friday's employment figures. He thinks they will show a gain of 200,000 jobs, with the unemployment rate dipping to 8.8 percent.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42296065/ns/business-eye_on_the_economy/

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Time to ORGANIZE! If the unemployment rate does drop, it is an indication that more and more people have exhausted their benefits. WAKE UP, Washington - There Are NO Jobs!



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Post by js123 Mon Mar 28, 2011 5:16 pm

We are in class warfare, there is no doubt about it. Washington against the people and the media is Washington's mouthpiece. The numbers that come out of Washington are numbers coming out someone's hat. Let's face it, it is not getting better, only worse. The people sitting in Washington are puppets paid off by big corporations and people like Koch.

The only time things are going to change, if we the people take to the streets like the Brits and protest change. If not, business as usual. Don't blame the dems. or reps., it is both parties fault for this mess. I hear a few mouthpieces talking about changes, until that happens, you can debate this about the dems or reps. until your face turns blue.
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