Unemployment rolls rise for the 7th straight week

The number of workers getting unemployment checks rose for the seventh straight week, to a record 4,687,000, government figures showed. This indicated a probable rise in the nation's 10.1 percent jobless rate (a new official figure is due to be announced today, Nov. 5).

The report showed a mild decline in the number of new claims for benefits, however.

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