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U.S. jobless claims surge to record 3.28 million

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U.S. jobless claims surge to record 3.28 million

U.S. jobless claims surge to record 3.28 million

The number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits surged to a record of more than 3 million last week as an economy grounded to a halt by the coronavirus pandemic throws millions out of work.

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