For the week ending on March 21, there were around 684,000 new unemployment claims across the country, according to WalletHub. That’s down significantly from April 2020, when 6.6 million first-time claims were made in just one week. But some states are recovering faster than others. WalletHub determined which states saw the number of unemployment claims
Adewale Adeyemo, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s deputy, on Wednesday said increasing the U.S. corporate tax rate to 28% will not make American companies less competitive, because the Biden administration is confident it can win the support of developed nations to set a minimum tax worldwide. “We’ve worked very closely with our international counterparts to counter
First-time claims for unemployment insurance rose more than expected last week despite other signs of healing in the jobs market, the Labor Department reported Thursday. First-time claims for the week ended April 3 totaled 744,000, well above the expectation for 694,000 from economists surveyed by Dow Jones. The total represented an increase of 16,000 from
Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said that while U.S. economic outlook has “brightened considerably,” it remains well away from the central bank’s goals. “Brighter outlook, but of course our monetary policy forward guidance is premised on outcomes not the outlook, and so it is going to be some time before both employment and inflation have
In this article @1YM21M First-time claims for jobless benefits were higher than expected last week, with 719,000 more workers heading to the unemployment line, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The total compared with the 675,000 estimate from Dow Jones and was above last week’s downwardly revised 658,000. Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards While the number