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More than four million Americans filed unemployment claims last week | Money Talks

Another 4.4 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week as lockdowns across the US forced businesses to shut down. The number came in higher than what analysts had expected, but it's lower than the 5.2 million people who filed claims the previous week. It brings the total over the last five weeks of the pandemic to 26.5 half million jobless claims, effectively wiping out all the jobs created in the US over the past 10 years. For more, let's go to Mickey Levy in New York. He's a chief economist at Berenberg Capital Markets. #USJobClaims #Unemployment LockdownMeasures

Another 3.8M Americans file for unemployment benefits | Money Talks

Another 3.8M Americans file for unemployment benefits | Money Talks

President Trump hails jobs market rebound amid pandemic | Money Talks

President Trump hails jobs market rebound amid pandemic | Money Talks

Disproportionate number of Latinos out of work in US due to coronavirus

Disproportionate number of Latinos out of work in US due to coronavirus

US stocks rise despite dire economic conditions  | Money Talks

US stocks rise despite dire economic conditions | Money Talks

UN agency calls on central banks to halt interest rate hikes

UN agency calls on central banks to halt interest rate hikes

UK reverses tax cut proposal after market, public backlash

UK reverses tax cut proposal after market, public backlash

Oil prices rally as OPEC+ alliance plans major output cut

Oil prices rally as OPEC+ alliance plans major output cut

British currency falls to record low as Truss bares tax cuts

British currency falls to record low as Truss bares tax cuts

Businesses set to leave China as economy falters

Businesses set to leave China as economy falters

Market Movers: Italy's new PM to face economic challenges ahead

Market Movers: Italy's new PM to face economic challenges ahead

Deluge threatens to worsen food insecurity in Nigeria

Deluge threatens to worsen food insecurity in Nigeria

‘Get rich quick schemes are too good to be true’

‘Get rich quick schemes are too good to be true’

UK economy averts immediate recession with 0.2% expansion

UK economy averts immediate recession with 0.2% expansion

European stocks set to rebound after BOE placates markets

European stocks set to rebound after BOE placates markets

UK tax cuts package estimated to cost around $45B

UK tax cuts package estimated to cost around $45B

Chinese yuan drops to weakest level since 2008 as growth falters

Chinese yuan drops to weakest level since 2008 as growth falters

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