Unemployment

Lowest Unemployment Rate in Months, Recovery is Gradual

Though jobless claims continue to drop, America is still a long way from pre-pandemic numbers. California shows largest decline in decreases. The total number of new weekly unemployment insurance claims fell below the 1 million mark for the first time since March, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Labor. Initial jobless claims … The post Lowest Unemployment …

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Unemployment Claims Trend Downward

Claims experienced a slight decline from the previous week, but here’s why unemployment insurance data remains “difficult to interpret” amid rising delinquency numbers. The post Unemployment Claims Trend Downward appeared first on DSNews.

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The Link Between Unemployment and Forbearance

With unemployment at record levels, many need to put off mortgage payments through forbearance. However, can unemployment numbers predict the number of homeowners taking advantage of these programs?  The post The Link Between Unemployment and Forbearance appeared first on DSNews.

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Unemployment’s Threat to Mortgages

Recent data indicates that mortgages could fall into delinquency if the relationship between unemployment and delinquency follows a similar pattern as the Great Recession.  The post Unemployment’s Threat to Mortgages appeared first on DSNews.

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