Entertainment United States: decline in unemployed registrations at 260,000

04:10  28 january  2022
04:10  28 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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USA-Chomage-Registrations: United States: Decline of Unemployed Registrations at 260,000

ÉTATS-UNIS: RECUL DES INSCRIPTIONS AU CHÔMAGE À 260.000 © Reuters / Mike Blake United States: Declining Unemployment Inscriptions at 260,000

Washington (Reuters) - Unemployment registrations declined in the United States during the week As of January 22, at 260,000 compared to 290,000 (revised) the previous week, announced Thursday the Department of Labor.

Economists waited on average 260,000 unemployed inscriptions.

The enrollments of the week to January 15 were revised down compared to an initial estimate of 286,000.

The four-week moving average amounted to 247,000 compared to 232,000 (revised) the previous week.

The number of people receiving regular allowances amounted to $ 1.675 million during the week as of January 15 (last week for which these figures are available) against 1,624 million the previous week.

(Lucia Report Mutikani; French version Claude CHEndJOU, edited by Sophie Louet)

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