More than 1 million HAMP mods canceled Despite the current uptick, it seems clear the program will fall short of its initial goal of assisting 3-4 million homeowners in avoiding foreclosure. Since the program’s inception in March 2009, only 550,000 homeowners have been granted permanent loan modifications under HAMP, 50,000 of which were later canceled.
Jobless claims fall but spike in energy sector claims signals problems. claims have been largely flat since September but the ongoing shedding of energy sector jobs and the spike in continuing.
The S&P 500 (^GSPC) fell 0.15%, or 4.12 points, as of market close, with the energy. claims to come in at 225,000. Continuing jobless claims, however, were lighter-than-expected at 1.631 million.
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Summary. Jobless claims improved in the just reported period, continuing a long-standing and impressive display of labor market gains. However, the recently halved oil prices have energy companies reducing their capital spending plans for 2015, and many may be announcing layoffs after the holidays. There’s a benefit to lower energy prices,
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits. U.S. jobless claims fall less than expected. related to computer problems. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits.
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Claims down 43,000 to 440,000. Jobless claims for the week ended Feb. 6 fell 43,000 to 440,000. WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — First-time filings for state unemployment benefits dropped by their largest amount since July, putting the trend in claims back on the downward track that economists had cited as evidence that the ailing labor market may have begun to heal.
Jobless Claims Edge Lower, Factory Orders Fall. Initial jobless claims fell by 6,000 to a seasonally adjusted 388,000 for the week ended march 26, the Labor Department said Thursday. The prior week’s figures were revised up to 394,000 from an originally reported 382,000, largely the result of an annual revision to the way the Labor Department adjusts the data for seasonal swings.
Initial jobless claims have fallen, but digging into the data the biggest spikes in jobless claims are in shale states, suffering from the falling price of oil. As Texas is the leading job creator.