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    b_sutton is offline Member
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    Default USD Unemployment Claims

    Indications before the release of Non-Farm Payrolls, is that jobless claims will probably remain similar to last week’s number of 457K. This gauge remained in a narrow range between 440K to 480K in recent months. When it dropped to 429K three weeks ago, this was merely a wrong calculation. Only a big drop may boost the US dollar, as this may trigger risk aversion.

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    pameolagold is offline Junior Member
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    Default Unemploment Better In Some States

    Eight states reported statistically significant over-the-year jobless
    rate decreases in August, the largest of which were in Alabama
    (-1.4 percentage points), Tennessee (-1.3 points), and North Carolina
    (-1.2 points). Montana and Florida recorded the only significant rate
    increases from August 2009 (+1.0 and +0.7 percentage point, respectively).
    The remaining 40 states and the District of Columbia registered
    unemployment rates that were not appreciably different from those of
    a year earlier.

    Given the fact that Florida has been depressed for such a long time, it is a good sign that it increased.
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