Number employed also shrinks by 13,000 in April.
Sign of continued shaky finances.
LANSING — Michigan’s April unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.8 percent, state officials said. Employment across the state climbed by 17,000 while the number of unemployed rose by 1,000, according to the Michigan Department of
Ohio cities — even places as tax-stressed as Toledo — have a healthier tax structure than Michigan cities, according to a report published this week by a Michigan public policy organization. The story in Bridge Michigan Magazine
Drop follows jump to 294,000 the previous week — highest since February.
Poll shows financial difficulties span all income levels,.
Reflects a surge in the price of gasoline and other energy products.
Company appears to be making progress in efforts to sell itself.
Auto sales jumped 3.2 percent. Online purchases advanced 2.1 percent.
Exit from E.U. could have material consequences for growth, inflation.