In the United States, jobless claims decrease to 198,000.

In the week ending October 14, jobless claims in the United States dropped to 198,000, down from the revised figure of 211,000 in the previous week, according to the Department of Labor. Economists had anticipated an average of 212,000 jobless claims. Claims for the week ending October 7 were revised upward from an initial estimate of 209,000. The four-week moving average stands at 205,750, which is lower than the revised figure of 206,750 the previous week. The number of people receiving regular benefits increased to 1.734 million in the week ending October 7 (the latest available data), up from 1.705 million the previous week.

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