U.S. Jobless Claims May Be False Alarm, Rupkey Says

April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, discusses U.S. initial jobless claims data released today. More Americans than projected filed applications for unemployment benefits last week. Jobless claims rose by 28,000 to 385,000 in the week ended March 30, the highest since Nov. 24, Labor Department figures showed in Washington. (Source: Bloomberg)

Carlyle's Profit Declines 57% on Slow Asset Sales
39:16 - Carlyle Group LP said fourth-quarter profit declined 57 percent as asset sales slowed and its holdings didn’t appreciate as quickly as a year earlier. The firm said it will buy back as much as $200 million in its stock. (Source: Bloomberg)
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