778,000 New Jobless Claims Filed As Dow Closes Above 30,000 For First Time | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

778,000 New Jobless Claims Filed As Dow Closes Above 30,000 For First Time | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1

 

According to the Department of Labor, 709,000 new Americans filed for unemployment claims last week as the Dow Jones crossed 30,000 for the first time, CNBC’s Dominic Chu reports. Aired on 11/25/2020.
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778,000 New Jobless Claims Filed As Dow Closes Above 30,000 For First Time | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

92 Comments on "778,000 New Jobless Claims Filed As Dow Closes Above 30,000 For First Time | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC"

  1. Los Angeles shutsdown tomorrow
    Million new claims next week

    • Cummins2Cat0869 | November 25, 2020 at 4:54 PM | Reply

      @Iam Noone there again, I can’t help that you don’t have any common sense.

    • @Cummins2Cat0869 you re defending trump, so I know I have more common sense than you

    • Cummins2Cat0869 | November 25, 2020 at 7:01 PM | Reply

      @Iam Nooneif that helps you sleep at night, by all means just go with it. Haha Also you’re forgetting to add an apostrophe in between “you” and “re.”

    • @Cummins2Cat0869 You’re correct about that. You also forgot to capitalize the beginning of the sentence and you forgot your period at the end of the sentence. Hahaha, Let’s move on and hope for the best friend.

    • King Yellowman | November 25, 2020 at 7:56 PM | Reply

      @Juan Diaz the Dakotas have the highest per capita death rate in the entire world

  2. Yet lines for food banks break records as well.

  3. Same ol the rich get richer, Yea MURICA!

  4. Whispering Willow | November 25, 2020 at 10:49 AM | Reply

    Something is wrong with jobless claims going up yet the stock market keeps going up.

  5. Tick tock, the stock market is ready to bust. Way over inflated.

    • @Truth Anon nope

    • @Emperor Charlemagne and Republicans fight to keep child marriage legal
      What’s your point

    • @THE TRUTH IS OUT NOW 777 you mean the guy not in charge
      Meanwhile trump allowed farm bankruptcies to jump by 24percent last year and associated suicides

    • @Vegan Man you mean the idea of kingship as in the bible
      Really?
      Funny how long did it take to add in god we trust?

    • @Vegan Man During the Cold War era, the government of the United States sought to distinguish itself from the Soviet Union, which promoted state atheism and thus implemented antireligious legislation. The 84th Congress passed a joint resolution “declaring IN GOD WE TRUST the national motto of the United States

      Google exist. Not sure if you’ve heard of it. Here’s a link. Google.com

  6. A lot of people are unemployed and under employed hungry and unable to get basic needs met

    • Joseph Edwards | November 25, 2020 at 1:05 PM | Reply

      Grow up and stop being angry at the loss. It’s over.

    • @S Albro I know youre not mentioning the failed China ban are you? Lmao. Why do trumpers always promote their biggest failure? The China ban did nothing. Nothing at all. No effect. Gave us a few weeks to prepare but we didn’t prepare. We ignored it. Now we are the worst country on the planet. Good job way to bring up failures.

    • @Darrell Moore Thats not proof. Thats words. You have no proof any supernatural event ever happened in history. Ever. Why are you clinging to this fantasy that this magic fairy man in the sky is going to destroy the whole world because of who the American president is. You need more education.

    • @A k

      It IS Proof, whether you understand that Proof is up to YaH The Heavenly Father so I suggest you pray to YaH and ask HIM for HIS Wisdom to understand it

      Praise YaH

    • @Darrell Moore Also. Words are not proof. I want to see data. Demonstrate exactly how your God is real, if he has and can perform miracles, and why does he refuse to identify himself. Once these things are Demonstratable I may consider worshipping him.

  7. Pooping in the Mouth of Communists | November 25, 2020 at 11:01 AM | Reply

    Seems like Wall Street got their first stimulus, what about MAIN STREET?

    • @Brian Herrala go back to sleep, and this time ‘loose the drug’s it’s causing hallucinations😅😂😂
      Your career corrupt Lier in chief was given the 👢

    • @Brian Herrala he’s NEVER been a president, you have to have an Education higher then a 3rd grader

    • HERE is The ORIGINAL Semitic Text. You NEED to READ This

      YaH The Heavenly FATHER was Who they Crucified for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF”

      From the Ancient Semitic Scroll:
      “Yad He Vav He” is what Moses wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3)

      Ancient Semitic Direct Translation
      Yad – “Behold The Hand”
      He – “Behold the Breath”
      Vav – “Behold The NAIL” <— YaH’s Crucifixion He - "Behold the Breath" “Behold the HAND that Beholds The NAIL” PROVES YAH THE HEAVENLY FATHER WAS WHO THEY CRUCIFIED That is EXACTLY what Moses Wrote Here is what they mean YaH's Name: (Ya)d + (H)e, as YaH is what Moses called Him and YaH Declared: "this is My Name, this is My Name for all generations" (Exodus 3) YaH is The Creator: Yad He, (HAND BREATH), as YaH's "Hand" Formed man from the dust of the Earth and His "Breath" made him a living being (Adam) YaH's Sacrifice of Crucifixion: Vav He (NAIL BREATH), the "Nail" through YaH’s "Hand", that whosoever shall call YaH Savior, His Breath brings forth life (Salvation) How YaH arrives: YaH arrives via the Tent of Meeting (Exodus 33:7:11), where a Tent is erected outside the city, a cloud descends upon the entrance of the Tent and YaH appears... Why they demanded YaH to be Crucified: YaH was Crucified according to Hebrew law (Deuteronomy 21), to be Hung on an Almond Tree for BLASPHEMY as it was for His NAME they demanded Him Crucified. The Messiah claimed He was YaH... HE WAS YaH!!! HalleluYAH “Praise ye YaH” From The Hebrew Book of Isaiah, The Dead Sea Scrolls Isaiah 42:8 "I am YaH; that is my Name! I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols. Isaiah 43:11 I, I am YAH, and there is no other Savior but Me. Isaiah 45:5 I am YaH, and there is none else.

    • Who’s Ur Daddy | November 25, 2020 at 1:42 PM | Reply

      @Nunavut J ok numnuts he ran for president and lost in ‘88 and ‘08, who’s ur daddy

    • @Nunavut J go back to where you came from

  8. Essential Cheeks | November 25, 2020 at 11:02 AM | Reply

    It’s almost like there’s no correlation between the stock market doing well and the working class doing well 🥴

  9. The stock market is the gambling casino for the wealthy. Most Americans have more concern about jobs, the coronavirus and affordable healthcare.

  10. This is what happens when people are forced to close their businesses.

    Walmart and Amazon send their regards.

    • obsolete professor | November 25, 2020 at 4:12 PM | Reply

      @Chris Flany Here is White House order: https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/proclamation-suspension-entry-immigrants-nonimmigrants-persons-pose-risk-transmitting-2019-novel-coronavirus/
      Again, thank you for your participation in getting the truth out.

    • @TheLasombra077 <--- Idiot that confused red with blue.

    • Michelle Henry | November 25, 2020 at 6:46 PM | Reply

      @Chris Flany Trumps super spreaders account for that

    • obsolete professor | November 25, 2020 at 7:34 PM | Reply

      @Michelle Henry The research paper that claimed Trump’s rallys were super spreaders was done by 3 graduate students from Stanford who were paid indirectly by the DNC. They interviewed no one and went by statistical models from other sources. The lead student has a track record of taking on paid research projects.

    • obsolete professor | November 25, 2020 at 11:54 PM | Reply

      @Michelle Henry Excerpt from Stanford report: “..We explore a total of 24 procedures for identifying sets of matched counties. For the vast majority of these variants, our estimate of the average treatment effect across the eighteen events implies that they increased subsequent confirmed cases of COVID-19 by more than 250 per 100,000 residents. Extrapolating this figure to the entire sample, we conclude that these eighteen rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 incremental confirmed cases of COVID-19. Applying county-specific post-event death rates, we conclude that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths (not necessarily among attendees)”
      Study was not peer reviewed. Look at the references at the end of the report..then go read them.

  11. When will people realize that the stock market doesn’t mean that the people are doing okay? It just means that the rich got richer.

    • @Bobby Osborne exactly what I’m saying lol so you agree with me lol

    • ponderous tomes | November 25, 2020 at 5:08 PM | Reply

      @Casey lawton Our currency, at any given time, has a finite amount of dollars in circulation and existence. There is no 4th dimension from which it emanates. Nobody except for you talked about earning all of the money in existence. Your arguments are irrelevant except for the flawed one I keep referring to.

    • Its a Ponzi scheme.

    • @ponderous tomes Right, at a given time sure. But then we have these cool things called printers and they do this crazy thing called printing… And like magic from a 4th dimension new monies appear. The reason this point was relevant is because we act as though the rich are getting richer and are taking up all the resources as if it were possible to actually take them all. When in reality we can just print more.

    • @Lisa S. Your point is exactly why one day the insurance will not cover anything in the future. Each year insurance covering less and less of the costs of healthcare. I think all people deserve care whether they have money or not.

  12. What about the people in food lines for Thanksgiving? The people not able to pay their mortgage or rent. Shame Shame Shame!

    • @S Albro That all on McConnell!

    • @Robert Clarke Nope, McConnell isn’t stupid enough to take Nancy’s ridiculous bait. You really should watch the Pelosi/Blitzer interview where even he, a CNN anchor, calls for her to stop being so petty because of her extreme TDS and make a passable bill. She even admits it! She just cant give him a win. No different than when they refused to let Trump solve the DACA problem, where he promised to give them all amnesty. No win for Orange Man, no matter how much it affects others. She needs to choke on her ice cream for the good of the country, if I’m being honest.

    • Michelle Henry | November 25, 2020 at 6:42 PM | Reply

      @S Albro McConnell is a racist pig…

    • @Michelle Henry Isn’t everybody now?

    • Michelle Henry | November 25, 2020 at 9:04 PM | Reply

      @S Albro No, I have many friends of all races…Mitch Connell is a racist

  13. Were due for stimulus checks anyways, its been getting really difficult to get money. Sadly the government hasn’t been listening and doesn’t care about the American people.

    • @garyoa1 They passed it, with a bunch of added legislation they knew would get it denied in Senate. Even the corrupt media called it “symbolic legislation.” That was after they doddled around for months doing nothing. You cab go by Nancy’s own words though: “I will not pass more checks so the President can put his name on them…”

    • @K-oz Dragon Oh really? And what exactly were these “added features”?

    • @garyoa1 Stimulus checks for illegal immigrants, gun control legislation, unemployment funding that has kept people from rejoining the work force because they make more on unemployment, tons of funding for social justice garbage, massive funding for irresponsible states like California to bail out their governments. They keep adding massive funding to things that aren’t a priority. This stimulus isn’t free money from nowhere. Future generations will be paying for this. It should be targeted to those who need it, & not bail outs for welfare states & illegal immigrants.

    • @K-oz Dragon ROFL. Yeah, you’re listening to the gop. Remember, if people don’t get money to eat and pay rent, they end up out on the street and are forced to steal to live. Of course those in real estate get to buy their homes for pennies on the dollar. I wonder who’s into real estate. All they asked for was to repeat the first help program. And ended up cutting it by more than half and the gop still won’t consider it. I guess a lot of them are into real estate as well.

    • @garyoa1 Yeah that’s what it is, a huge ploy by rich people to buy up real estate. I wonder why it’s mostly democrat run areas that are shut down right now 🤔
      The bill didn’t even have full democrat support, just barely passing the vote. It’s a massive bail out for states, like California, where it was found they gave over a billion dollars in stimulus & unemployment benefits to prison inmates. It had legislation to give illegal aliens millions in aid. It also raises the unemployment benefit – again – which is unnecessary & keeps people from joining the work force. A tax break for those working would be far better. There’s plenty of jobs, but people feel they shouldn’t have to work them.
      I don’t get “news” from a political party. This has been going on for months, & the entire thing is a scam. However, the news did call out Pelosi for stalling the bill & adding items she *knew* would make it not pass Senate. She was called out on CNN, lost her temper, & said “I’m not going to let the President put his name on another check.”
      These are all facts – but your wild theory about real estate was a nice try. We just had a property bubble back when Obama was in office. Know who profited? Not the banks & rich people. Turns out that people with no money to spend is bad for business. I know that’s quite a theory, but seems to be true.
      Besides, the stimulus is an unfair tax. It makes money owned by everyone else worth less due to inflation, while funnelling profits to the few rich companies still operating. If you’re concerned about the rich getting richer, you should be AGAINST the stimulus. It’s making your retirement & savings worthless, & siphoning off equity into large corporations like Walmart & Amazon.

  14. Yall talk about this like its not almost a million new claims every week for the past 10 months.

    • Emperor Charlemagne | November 25, 2020 at 11:58 AM | Reply

      They talk about it like the shutdowns haven’t caused it.

    • all yes the people starve simultaneously while filling the pockets of the 1%. Can’t wait till Biden gets in office

    • Geoffery Blevins | November 25, 2020 at 12:51 PM | Reply

      So tru I guess only the wealthy is underground will we poor peeps get scorch from all this heat from the nuclear testing system that the government doesn’t even look or care about talking about so called real issues we are facing in claimed change but I’m a fool to believe that two i guess

    • @Emperor Charlemagne I think that it was the virus that caused it. Shutdowns are a result, as are 260,000 deaths. If the big orange had learned that months ago, many of those 260,000 would be eating thanksgiving with their loved ones.

    • Emperor Charlemagne | November 25, 2020 at 2:41 PM | Reply

      @AbbersJ I agree, He should have sent the military in to shut down the super spreader events like the protests that lasted for 6 months and are still happening and oddly enough are allowed by dem state reps.

      Thanksgiving dinner with family is a super spreader event that can’t happen because it kills everyone it touches

      Protests in the streets with thousands of strangers is awesome and doesn’t spread anything because the virus recognizes political affiliation.

      Orange man bad.

  15. Restaurants close indoor dining. Of course that’s a huge portion of the population losing their jobs as servers

    • torturekillah2 .0?? | November 25, 2020 at 12:21 PM | Reply

      Cooks,dishwashers,bus boys, hostesses,managers

    • @torturekillah2 .0?? Let’s also include: Bartenders, Live Music (bands, DJs). Now let’s expand: distribution delivery drivers, graphic designers, janitorial staffing, etc..

      Starting to see the chain this goes down?

    • Small businesses are the economic equivalent to us as are frogs to an ecosystem. Once they go, the rest won’t be far behind.

    • torturekillah2 .0?? | November 25, 2020 at 12:57 PM | Reply

      @Max Ohm thats what they want

    • yup newsome closed all of ca even closed outdoor dining as well the guy is killing ca just wait till biden starts and shuts down every business in the whole country and then the new china begins

  16. 75% of the country is still living week to week..

  17. You news guys have lied to me so many times I don’t believe anything you say anymore. 👿💩👿

  18. Joe Frazier's Left Hook | November 25, 2020 at 12:12 PM | Reply

    “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” -Charles Dickens

  19. The Logic Party | November 25, 2020 at 12:15 PM | Reply

    I don’t know anyone without a job so it must not be happening.

    (Covid deniers logic applied to the economy)

  20. Blame the Democraps shutting down their cities for no valid reasons.

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