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

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased slightly last week, but remains at levels consistent with a tight labor market.
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US STOCKS-Gains in healthcare stocks lift Wall Street

* Weekly jobless claims rise
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News video: BlackRock Says Fed May Need Unemployment Below 4%

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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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News video: U.S. Jobless Claims Point to Labor Market Strength

U.S. Jobless Claims Point to Labor Market Strength 02:12

Jun.15 -- Frances Donald, senior economist at Manulife Asset Management, examines economic data on import prices and U.S. weekly jobless claims that came in lower than expected at 237,000. She speaks..
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News video: Jobless Claims Drop In May

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The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week. The news suggests the labour market is tightening, despite a recent slowdown in job growth. Initial claims for state..
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News video: Jobless Claims Slip

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- The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, unwinding half of the prior period's jump and suggesting the labor market was tightening despite a recent slowdown in job..
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News video: Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected

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The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased more than expected last week, but the rise probably does not signal a material shift in labor market conditions as claims for several..
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US STOCKS-Wall St opens little changed as oil edges up

* Weekly jobless claims rise
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Rupee dives to 3-week low of 64.59 against dollar

Caught in a downward spiral for the third straight session, the rupee today depreciated by 7 paise to end at a fresh three-week low of 64.59 on steady dollar demand amid deepening global oil rout. This..
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US STOCKS-Wall St set to open flat as oil hovers near multi-month lows

* Weekly jobless claims rise
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WRAPUP 2-U.S. jobless claims drop; labor market slack shrinking

The report followed data on Tuesday showing job openings at a record high in April.
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WRAPUP 2-U.S. jobless claims edge up; goods trade deficit widens

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose slightly last week and the four-week moving average of claims hit a 44-year low, suggesting a further tightening of the labor market that..
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U.S. jobless claims fall; mid-Atlantic factory activity jumps

By Lucia Mutikani
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US STOCKS-Upbeat data brings investors back after Trump slump

* Weekly jobless claims fall more than expected
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US STOCKS-Wall St edges up as investors buy beaten down stocks

* Weekly jobless claims fall more than expected
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U.S. jobless claims fall, continuing claims hit 17-year low

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New applications for U.S. jobless benefits fell more than expected last week and the number of Americans on unemployment rolls hit a 17-year low, pointing to a tightening
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