Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Devoluzione socialismo, Economia e Produzione Industriale, Stati Uniti

Usa. Richieste Disoccupazione. Iniziale 326,000, continua 2,714,000. Liberal in festa.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-10-07.

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Le richieste iniziali di disoccupazione sono state 326,000, mentre le richieste di disoccupazione continua sono state 2,714,000, statisticamente invariate rispetto gli andamenti precedenti.

Le richieste iniziali di disoccupazione sono scese di 36,000 rispetto al dato precedente, mentre richieste di disoccupazione continua sono scese di 88,000 rispetto al dato precedente.

Tenendo conto che la popolazione degli Stati Uniti è circa 330 milioni, queste variazioni sembrerebbero essere di scarso o nullo valore.

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Tuttavia i media liberal inneggiano a codesti risultati come al grande trionfo che avrebbero voluto fosse stato, ma che i fatti hanno loro negato.

In modo stereotipato e concorde denominano codeste variazioni “drop”, che usualmente indica un crollo verticale di almeno il 5%, oppure “to fall”, che indica il medesimo crollo. A seguito qualche titolo di esempio.

U.S. Initial Jobless Claims Fell More Then Expected Last Week. – Blomberg

Jobless claims post sharp decline to 326,000, better than expectations. – Cnbc

Jobless Claims Drop for First Time in Four Weeks. – WSJ

Initial jobless claims fall to 326K first dip in four weeks. – Fox Business

U.S. weekly jobless claims post biggest drop in three months. – Reuters

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Domani saranno pubblicati i Nonfarm Payrolls e potremo verificare quanti nuovi posti di lavoro abbia generato la Harris-Biden Administration.

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Jobless claims: Another 326,000 individuals filed new claims last week

U.S. states posted a bigger-than-expected drop in new jobless claims last week as impacts related to Hurricane Ida and the Delta variant’s summer spike receded. 

The Labor Department released its weekly jobless claims report Thursday morning. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg:

– Initial unemployment claims, week ended October 2: 326,000 vs. 348,000 expected and an upwardly revised 364,000 during prior week

– Continuing claims, week ended September 25: 2.714 million vs. 2.766 million expected and an upwardly revised 2.811 million during prior week 

Thursday’s report ended a three-week streak of increases in new weekly jobless claims. First-time filings had reached 312,000, or the lowest level since March 2020, in early September before rising. Some economists attributed this to an uptick in coronavirus cases and disruptions due to Hurricane Ida, which may have caused some individuals to delay filing to mid-month. 

With the four-week moving average for claims hovering around 344,000, weekly filings have come down precipitously from their pandemic-era highs. And beyond new claimants, the total number of continuing claimants across state unemployment benefits has also come down markedly. 

As of the week ended Sept. 18, about 4.2 million individuals were claiming benefits across all unemployment programs, compared to 5 million during the prior week. These figures have come down sharply in recent weeks in large part due to the expiration of crisis-era federal unemployment programs on Sept. 6. However, even prior to this, total claimants had also been trending lower over the course of 2021 as rehiring activity picked back up.