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“The four-week moving average of new claims, considered a more reliable indicator because it smooths out volatile weekly data, remained unchanged from last week's 424,750 level.”
“I slept in and lost track of my pager and watched more than my share of Criminal Minds during the four-week chunks when I was not working, but I wrote some stories as well.”
“What if you work for three four-week blocks at a time and then take four weeks off?”
“It has been almost a year since I last looked through his records, a year and a half since that brief four-week stretch when he had felt so entirely mine.”
“That was how it went for much of the Black Seal's four-week voyage to the Caribbean and back to New York.”
“Australian stocks hit a four-week low as China's PMI data heightened concerns that a slowdown there could hurt Australia's resources sector.”
“WASHINGTON—The Treasury will sell $28 billion Tuesday in four-week bills.”
“By limiting the number of associate nations at the event, cricket officials are aiming to reduce the surfeit of one-sided matches that have made the World Cup group stage one of the dullest exhibitions in all of sports—a four-week grind in which the sport's superpowers, such as India and Australia, inflict a series of humiliating defeats on world cricket's also-rans.”
“In Sydney, disappointing local economic data cut into the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index, which had earlier hit a four-week high.”
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