The number of first-time jobless claims in the United States is the lowest since mid-March of this year
The number of first-time jobless claims in the United States continued to drop to 709,000 last week, the lowest since mid-March this year. It was also less than 1 million for 11 consecutive weeks. It was also better than market expectations of 732,000 and the previous value was 751,000. . During the period, the number of continuous applicants fell to 6.786 million, which was also lower than the market expected of 6.9 million, and the previous value was 7.285 million. Although the number of unemployed persons in the United States is lower than market expectations, the sharp deterioration of the epidemic in the United States adds to the future economic prospects.
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