Initial unemployment claims edge up to 372,000

First-time jobless claims in the U.S. rose 10,000, to 372,000 last week, higher than the 360,000 most economists expected. The rolling four-week average, viewed by many economists as a more accurate indicator of labor-market conditions, increased only 250, to 360,000. The figures suggest moderate job growth.

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