Things seem to be looking up in Spain, where the number of people filing for jobless benefits...


Things seem to be looking up in Spain, where the number of people filing for jobless benefits fell for the second consecutive month in May, dropping 2% to 4.89M. The news follows yesterday's release of data that showed a sharp improvement in the country's manufacturing PMI. Bloomberg has a feature that cites exports as a major factor behind the beginnings of Spain's recovery.

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  • bjamesh
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    Maybe there are less people filing for jobless benefits because so many have gone to other countries to find employment.
    4 Jun 2013, 04:26 AM Reply Like
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