Jobless Claims Rise Unexpectedly, As Expected

by Sal on February 18, 2010

in Economy,Politics

First time jobless claims were up 31,000, to a seasonally-adjusted 473,000.  As expected, this rise was “unexpected.”  I have yet to see any economic report where the analyst’s expectations were met.   Rush is right on this.  If they are so often wrong, and results are always “unexpected”, why bother expecting anything in the first place?

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