Initial Claims Down 16,000

In the third of four major jobs report this week, the Labor Department on Thursday said initial claims for unemployment insurance fell by 16,000 from the previous week.

Initial Claims Down 1,000

In the third of four major jobs reports this week, the Labor Department on Thursday reported initial claims for unemployment insurance fell by 1,000 last week, reflecting continued strong demand for jobs despite inflation pressures.

Initial Claims Edge Up

Initial claims for unemployment insurance ticked up last week, the Labor Department reported Thursday.

Economic Report Roundup: Inflation Pushes Up; Initial Claims Rise

The Bureau of Labor Statistics on Thursday reported its Consumer Price Index rose by 0.4 percent in September to an annual rate of 8.2 percent. Separately, the Labor Department reported initial claims for unemployment insurance rose for the second straight week.

Initial Claims Jump to 4-Month High

Initial claims for unemployment insurance jumped to their highest rate since June amid fallout from Hurricane Ianin Florida, the Labor Department reported Thursday.

Initial Claims Fall from Last Week

Initial claims for unemployment insurance fell last week, the Labor Department reported Thursday.

Initial Claims Rise from 4-Month Low

Initial claims for unemployment insurance rose last week, the Labor Department reported Thursday, but remained near pre-pandemic lows.

Initial Claims at 3-Month Low

Initial claims for unemployment insurance fell for the fourth straight week to their lowest level in three months, the Labor Department reported Thursday.