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U.S. applications for jobless aid fell again last week to their lowest level since April.
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TAG: Correspondent Jeremy House reporting. The latest figure is further evidence that the job market has withstood aggressive rate hikes by the Federal Reserve as it attempts to cool the economy and bring down inflation.
VERBATIM: The Labor Department says applications for jobless aid in the U.S. for the week ending January 28 fell by 3,000 last week to 183,000. It was the third straight week claims were under 200,000 and the fifth straight weekly decline. Jobless claims generally serve as a proxy for layoffs.
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