Unemployment goes up, home sales go down
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The United States continues to reach for greatness, setting new records and leaving the old ones in the dust. Unfortunately, these “triumphs” are in the “highest number of unemployed workers” and “lowest number of homes sold” categories.
Now more unemployed than ever!
Unemployment claims in the U.S. hit a record peak in mid-January. Last week 588,000 new claims were filed for unemployment insurance, the highest number ever recorded. Records date back to 1967. The number of people who continued collecting unemployment during the week of Jan. 17 after filing the previous week was 4.78 million.
I guess Americans don’t have to make a choice anymore when faced with the old saying “Go big or go home.” When it comes to unemployment, they’re doing both. Check out your faxless payday loans store’s daily update on big layoffs.
Home purchases take big nosedive
Despite all the efforts to rescue the housing market, new home sales plunged 14.7 percent in December, another record. December marked the slowest home sales in the United States since 1963, when the data started being recorded. ... click here to read the rest of the article titled "Recession Roundup | From Your Center for Faxless Payday Loans"