Making Sense Episode 69

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The Economist magazine states that "the covid-19 crisis is highlighting the limits of unemployment-insurance figures" and therefore "jobless-claims data give little insight into America’s economy". Jeff Snider reacts Live to the article and offers his own thoughts.

Jeff Snider, Head of Global Investment Research for Alhambra Investments with Emil Kalinowski.

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01:29 The Economist finds some of the unemployment data in the United States unbelievable
03:27 The 80 million claims filed last year does not mean that 80 million were unemployed
05:04 The Economist implies that because the 80M is preposterous the other labor stats are too
07:29 It is legitimate to acknowledge distortions to the labor stats; there are anomalies
09:27 Many economic accounts indicate that bad news in unemployment is perfectly reasonable
10:17 The jobless claims / labor market is improving over recent weeks.
13:08 Is there a clearly, unambiguous positive economic metric in the US economy?

Articles Referenced
Why jobless-claims data give little insight into America’s economy:
Alhambra Investments Blog:
RealClear Markets Essays:

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