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US unemployment claims cooled off again last week, but remain in the millions Full Article

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The UK unemployment rate ticked lower in March, while jobless claims jumped higher Full Article

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While markets were expecting a surge in the Aussie jobless rate to 8.4%, things are only slightly better with a jump to 6.2%. Full Article

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Outlook among Australian companies worsened in April as the government continued the shutdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus Full Article

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The British government is expected to extend its job retention scheme at least until September, but with the offer of paying up to 60% of Full Article

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US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has warned that unemployment levels in the country are set to get even worse in the coming months Full Article

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The unemployment claims doubled in April in Canada to 2 million, from 1.million in March Full Article

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US employment report was a bit better than expected, but things might be worse than they look Full Article

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US unemployment claims softened last week, but they remained above 3 million, missing expectations Full Article

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The latest survey by REC indicates that the job market in the UK went into an abrupt freeze mode during April as a result of the lockdown Full Article

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US unemployment rate is expected to jump to 16%, but the actual rate might be higher than that Full Article

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Around 25% of Australians expect to suffer job losses over the coming year while household income has reduced by $102 billion as a result Full Article

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Fed officials appear cautiously optimistic that the economy could start moving towards recovery by H2 2020, even as the US remains one of Full Article

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The unemployment rate in New Zealand has shown a slight increase during Q1 2020, but the government has cautioned that it could worsen in Q2 Full Article

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Over 800,000 businesses in the UK have furloughed more than 6.3 million of their employees to avail of the government's job retention scheme Full Article

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