CNBC's Eamon Javers reports according to the Washington Post says the new study showing a third of U.S. bank tellers rely on public assistance, was released by a labor-backed group.» Read More
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*Trade deficit widens to $41.8 billion in September. WASHINGTON, Nov 14- The U.S. trade deficit widened more than expected in September as imports rose to their highest level in almost a year, which could probably see third-quarter growth estimates trimmed. The trade gap increased 8.0 percent to $41.8 billion, the largest since May, the Commerce Department said.
WASHINGTON, Nov 14- The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, but an upward revision to the prior week's figure suggested the labor market recovery remained gradual. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 339,000, the Labor Department said on Thursday.
LONDON, Nov 13- The Bank of England slashed its unemployment forecast on Wednesday but said an early fall in the jobless rate would not trigger interest rate hikes, leaving analysts confused over its new centrepiece policy of forward guidance.
Thea Lee, AFL CIO deputy chief of staff, and Jim Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, discuss how increasing the minimum wage will impact the overall job market.
Sean Collins, retired Navy pilot and Victory Media vice president, and Amber Barno, Concerned Veterans for America military advisor and retired Army helicopter pilot, discuss the growth in hiring military veterans. Vets are a "good long term investment" for companies, Barno says.
Cathy Areu, Washington Post Magazine contributor, and CNBC contributor Carol Roth discuss the benefits and drawbacks of states offering corporate tax breaks in exchange for jobs.
Angus Knowles-Cutler, London senior partner at Deloitte, reveals that London is the biggest global hub in high-skill employment and that it faces several constraints if it continues to grow as expected.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen, superintendent at West Point, discuss changes at the military academy.
China's top leaders are meeting, and it's expected to be over major economic reform. David Riedel, Riedel Research Group, says China's economy absolutely needs "much more of a safety net," and provides insight into the country's growth rates.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports in the next 5 years, it is estimated 1.5 million service members will leave the military in search of a civilian job. The University of Southern California has launched a master in business for veterans.
Dissecting the current market environment, and efforts to hire veterans, with Darrell Cronk, Wells Fargo Private Bank, and Phil McConkey, Academy Securities president.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D), and SIFMA CEO Judd Gregg, discuss costs for Medicare.
Discussing when the Fed may taper, and the state of the economy and jobs, with Chris Rupkey, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, and Ed Keon, Quantitative Management Associates.
How the better-than-expected jobs data impacted the market, and where it's going, with Marc Chandler, Brown Brothers Harriman, and Stephen Schork, "The Schork Report editor.
The appetite for mobile devices continues to grow. American Tower Chairman and CEO James Taiclet, explains what happens when a phone call drops, and the process for acquiring real estate for towers.
Discussing President Obama's leadership, and how the government can help economic growth, with SIFMA CEO Judd Gregg. "The sequester is so arbitrary and counterproductive to discretionary activity such as defense," he says.
Job strength is boosting the market, so were investors a bit too concerned because of the shutdown? Jeff Mortimer, BNY Mellon Wealth Management, and John Lonski, Moody's Capital Markets Research Group.
Writing skills of college graduates and MBAs are coming up short, and employers aren't happy. Here's what they are doing about it..
*Prices below $1,300 an ounce, near 3- week lows. SINGAPORE, Nov 11- Gold eased on Monday to trade near three-week lows as strong U.S. jobs growth reignited fears the Federal Reserve could soon start scaling back its stimulus, denting bullion's appeal as a hedge against inflation.