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From: trderg (Rep: 935) reply to mflutie1Date: 04/08/2020 23:42
Forum: Wall Street Pit - Msg #2833366Thread #674142095 (Rec: 0)
Whatever comes out tomorrow will not be the real number. Several, if not most states are rejecting people because the automated systems are not equipped to handle the volume and updated federal rules.

Re: Guesstimates for tomorrow's jobless number range from low end Deutsche Bank a...



Don't follow me! Follow the Volume!



Reply to mflutie1 - Msg #2833363 - 04/08/2020 21:39

Guesstimates for tomorrow's jobless number range from low end Deutsche Bank and Barclays estimate roughly 4.5 million claims to high end JPMorgan at 7 million jobless claims .
In addition, Google searches for “unemployment benefits” have continued to soar over the past month. After peaking on March 26, interest hit new highs April 2 before falling slightly from those levels. Nevertheless, Google searches for the phrase remain elevated.
But damn,, we saw the market bottom & it's blue skies up from here!
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