- 02 Nov '18 at 3:30 pm #18842TradersComKeymaster
U.S. Octobert non farm payrolls were much higher…
[article]1174[/article]06 Nov '18 at 10:12 pm #18878ThePitBossParticipant
JOLTS September Job Openings for September 7009K vs 7085K expected
Prior 7136 revised higher to 7293K which is a record high.
Hires 5744K vs 5906K prior
Separations 5667K vs 5779k prior
Quitters 3601K vs 3648K prior
Layoffs and discharges 1700K vs 1790K prior08 Nov '18 at 7:39 pm #18910TradersComKeymaster
US weekly initial jobless claims 214K vs 213K expected
Prior was 214K (revised to 215K)
Continuous Claims:-8K to 1.623M vs. 1.635M consensus, 1.631M prior (revised).
The 4-week moving average was 213,750, a decrease of 250 from the previous week’s revised average. The previous week’s average was revised up by 250 from 213,750 to 214,000.
The advance number for seasonally adjusted insured unemployment during the week ending October 27 was 1,623,000, a decrease of 8,000 from the previous week’s unrevised level of 1,631,000. This is the lowest level for insured unemployment since July 28, 1973 when it was 1,603,000. The 4-week moving average was 1,633,250, a decrease of 7,500 from the previous week’s unrevised average of 1,640,750. [color=green]This is the lowest level for this average since August 11, 1973 when it was 1,627,250.
The highest insured unemployment rates in the week ending October 20 were in Alaska (2.2), New Jersey (1.9), Puerto Rico (1.8), Virgin Islands (1.8), California (1.7), Connecticut (1.6), Pennsylvania (1.4), District of Columbia (1.3), Nevada (1.3), and Washington (1.3).
The largest increases in initial claims for the week ending October 27 were in Illinois (+5,269), Missouri (+2,849), Michigan (+1,217), Massachusetts (+508), and Ohio (+426), while the largest decreases were in Georgia (-2,449), California (-1,687), Florida (-1,685), Alabama (-910), and North Carolina (-867).
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