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Winnebago benefits from two big tailwinds

Recreational vehicle company Winnebago Industries (WGO) “is in good shape for the recession” as it benefits from two key tailwinds amid the coronavirus pandemic, says one analyst.

For starters, people are avoiding planes these days, but they still want to travel and be outdoors.

RV demand is “booming in the U.S. due to COVID-19’s impact on air travel, leading many Americans to use an RV vacation as a substitute,” Morningstar analyst David Whiston wrote in a note to investors.

Additionally, campers are skewing on the younger side. “Millennial and Gen X campers are 81% of new U.S. campers, so Winnebago has plenty of runway with younger consumers if it executes right,” wrote Whiston.

“We think Winnebago’s brand equity gives it a good shot at capitalizing on these trends,” he added.

Winnebego and its main competitors, Thor (THO) and Forest River, currently hold 80% of the North American motor home market.

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Another 1.34 million Americans expected to have filed for unemployment benefits

More than three months into the COVID-19 crisis in the U.S., countless Americans are still unemployed. Thursday’s release of the weekly initial jobless claims data could show another week of claims exceeding 1 million.

Economist surveyed by Bloomberg predict another 1.335 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending June 30, following 1.51 million claims in the prior week. While last week’s report marked 11 consecutive weeks of deceleration, more than 45 million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance over the past 13 weeks.

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Continuing claims, which lags initial jobless claims data by one week, is expected to total 20 million in the week ending June 13, down from 20.54 million in the week ending June 6.

“Initial jobless claims continue to moderate only gradually,” Nomura economist Lewis Alexander wrote in a

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Another 1.29 million Americans expected to have filed for unemployment benefits

A handful of recent economic data pointed toward a quicker-than-expected recovery, and the weekly initial jobless claims report Thursday will provide investors with additional clues on the state of the U.S. labor market.

Another 1.29 million Americans are expected to have filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending June 13. In the prior week, there were 1.54 million jobless claims, and it marked 10 consecutive weeks of deceleration. Over the past 3 months, more than 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance.

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Continuing claims, which lags initial jobless claims data by one week, is expected to total 19.85 million in the week ending June 6, following 20.93 million in the prior week.

Initial jobless claims data isn’t necessarily a perfect indicator of the U.S. labor market, but it still is useful, according to Wells Fargo Securities. “Over-reliance on jobless claims led every forecaster to

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Another 1.55 million Americans expected to have filed for unemployment benefits

On the heels of the blowout May jobs report, market participants will get another update on how the U.S. Labor Market is faring amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis with the weekly jobless claims report Thursday morning.

An additional 1.55 million Americans are expected to have filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending June 6, according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg. In the prior week, there were 1.88 million initial jobless claims. Over the past 11 weeks, more than 42 million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance.

Read more: Coronavirus: How to find a job in a tough economy

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Continuing claims, which lags initial jobless claims data by one week, is expected to total 20 million in the week ending May 30 following 21.49 million in the prior week, from 20.84 million in the previous week. Consensus expectations were for 20 million continuing claims.

“Altogether, incoming

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