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US DATA: Initial unemployment claims +10k to 239k in Nov 4 week, above
the 230k expected. The 4-wk moving avg -1,250 to 231,250, the lowest
since the March 31, 1973 week and further confirmation that claims
remain near their pre-hurricane levels. The average could rebound next
week as the recent low 223,000 level in the Oct 14 week rolls out of the
equation. Unadjusted claims in Puerto Rico totalled 8,137 in the current
week after 6,124 in the previous week, as backlogged filings continued
to pour in. Labor said that filings in the Virgin Islands are still
disrupted. Seasonal factors had expected an increase of 16,281 in NSA
claims. Instead, NSA claims rose by 25,793 to 241,568, down from the
258,608 level a year earlier. Continuing claims +17k to 1.901m in the
Oct 28 week. See MNI main wire.