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WRAPUP 1-U.S. weekly jobless claims fall to near five-month low

Sustained labor market strength likely keeps the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates for a third time this year and announce a plan to start reducing its $4.2 trillion portfolio of..
DNA Also reported by •Sify

U.S. weekly jobless claims drop; producer prices unexpectedly rise

By Lucia Mutikani
Sify Also reported by •Reuters IndiaDNA

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News video: Jobless Claims Hit Low

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, touching its lowest level in nearly five months, suggesting another month of strong..
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News video: Jobless Claims Fall For The First Time In A Month

Jobless Claims Fall For The First Time In A Month 00:49

Shannon Stapleton WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week for the first time in a month, the latest indication of labor market strength that is..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: What the Jobless Claims Report Says About the Economy

What the Jobless Claims Report Says About the Economy 02:20

Jul.06 -- Despite a small but unexpected increase in the latest week's unemployment benefit claims, the overall low level of claims still paints a picture of labor-market strength. Bloomberg's Ira..
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News video: U.S. Jobless Claims Rise For Third Straight Week

U.S. Jobless Claims Rise For Third Straight Week 00:40

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose for a third straight week last week, likely as some automakers closed assembly plants for the annual summer retooling. The..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: BlackRock Says Fed May Need Unemployment Below 4%

BlackRock Says Fed May Need Unemployment Below 4% 02:38

Jun.22 -- Terry Simpson, multi-asset strategist at BlackRock Investment Institute, examines the U.S. labor market as weekly jobless claims rise to 241,000 and looks at potential changes to the Federal..
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US STOCKS-Wall St gains as techs rise; focus shifts to earnings

* Weekly jobless claims falls first time in a month
Sify

US STOCKS-Wall St edges up ahead of Yellen's Day-2 testimony

* Weekly jobless claims falls first time in a month
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US STOCKS-Wall St set to open higher after Yellen's dovish stance

* Weekly jobless claims falls first time in a month
Sify

U.S. private payrolls growth slows; jobless claims rise

By Lucia Mutikani
Sify Also reported by •DNA

WRAPUP 1-U.S. private hiring slows in June, weekly jobless claims rise

U. S. private employers hired fewer workers than expected in June and applications for unemployment benefits last week increased for a third straight week, suggesting some cooling in the labor market..
DNA

U.S. jobless claims rise for third straight week

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose for a third straight week last week, likely as some automakers closed
Sify Also reported by •Reuters India

U.S. jobless claims rise, labor market still buoyant

Reuters - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits edged up last week, but the underlying trend remained consistent with a tight labor market.
Sify Also reported by •Reuters IndiaDNA

US STOCKS-Gains in healthcare stocks lift Wall Street

* Weekly jobless claims rise
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