Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Devoluzione socialismo, Stati Uniti

USA. Richieste sussidi. Iniziali 199mila, continui 2,049mila.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-11-27.

2021-11-25__ USA Disoccupazione 001

Lo United States Department of Labor ha rilasciato il Report Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report.

La pubblicazione è avvenuta con un giorno di anticipo a causa del Thanksgiving holiday.

A nostro sommesso parere, queste variazioni sono statisticamente non significative, tenendo presente che in America vivono 332 milioni di persone.

In ogni caso, anche una testata dichiaratamente liberal come quella riportata, avanza seri dubbi.

«The number of people already collecting state jobless benefits, meanwhile, fell by 60,000 to 2.05 million»

«They don’t think the low level will last»

«[He] thinks claims will rebound to about 260,000»

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U.S. weekly jobless claims plunge to lowest level since 1969.

Jobless claims fall 71,000 to 199,000.

The numbers: New filings for jobless benefit plunged by 71,000 to 199,000 in the seven days ended Nov. 20, the U.S. government said Wednesday. The report was released one day early because of the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday.

This is the lowest level of initial claims since November 1969.

Economists polled by The Wall Street Journal had estimated initial jobless claims would total a seasonally adjusted 260,000.

Unemployment filings have been steadily moving toward pre-crisis lows, when they were in the low 200,000s. They totaled as much as 900,000 a week at the start of the year.

The number of people already collecting state jobless benefits, meanwhile, fell by 60,000 to 2.05 million. These so-called continuing claims are also at a pandemic low.

Big picture: A few economists were expecting a big drop in claims based on seasonal adjustment factors related to the Thanksgiving holiday. They don’t think the low level will last. Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, thinks claims will rebound to about 260,000.

What are they saying:  The level has moved below the 218,000 average seen in 2019, a “solidly positive” signal about the labor market, said Rubeela Farooqi, chief U.S. economist at High Frequency Economics.