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U.S. Challenger Job Cuts

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Latest Release
May 06, 2021
Actual
22.913K
Previous
30.603K
Challenger Job Cuts, released by Challenger, Grey & Christmas monthly, provides information on the number of announced corporate layoffs by industry and region. The report is an indicator used by investors to determine the strength of the labor market. A lower than expected number should be taken as positive to the USD, while a higher than expected number as negative
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Source: Challenger, Gray, & Christmas
U.S. Challenger Job Cuts
 
Release Date Time Actual Forecast Previous
May 06, 2021 (Apr) 07:30 22.913K   30.603K
Apr 01, 2021 (Mar) 07:30 30.603K   34.531K
Mar 04, 2021 (Feb) 08:30 34.531K   79.552K
Feb 04, 2021 (Jan) 08:30 79.552K   77.030K
Jan 07, 2021 (Dec) 08:30 77.030K   64.797K
Dec 03, 2020 (Nov) 08:30 64.797K   80.666K

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mg bishton
mg bishton Jun 04, 2020 9:09AM ET
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How does almost 400,000 more job cuts in May the month of the "great reopening" not completely freak out the markets?
Violin Dakov
Violin Dakov Jan 08, 2015 6:08AM ET
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Looking at historical data I think... the numbers will be around 40+
 
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