Initial and Continuing Claims: Worse Yet AGAIN!
January 21, 2010 12:15 pm
Just when you thought that economists were starting to get it right, we see this. A rise in the initial claims to 484,000 from an estimated 440,000. That put the jobs “improvement” scheme back in its bottle.
Now that the Obama Administration is feeling a tad bit different about the healthcare initiative after the Massachusetts upset, perhaps we can get a program to boost employment. They also have to consider that China just put up a 10.7% GDP print last night as a direct result of the $500+ billion stimulus that was injected directly into the economy. Somehow, the U.S. stimulus has not made it to its correct landing area.
Here is somewhat of a wake up call fellas:
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