German jobless rate slips to 49 in September

BERLIN — Germany’s unemployment rate slid to 4.9% in September, helped by a traditional uppick in hiring after the summer vacation.The Federal Labor Agency said Monday that the unadjusted jobless rate — the headline figure in Germany — declined from 5.1% in August. Some 2.234 million people were registered as unemployed, 85,000 fewer than the previous month and 22,000 fewer than a year earlier.In seasonally adjusted terms, the unemployment rate was static at 5% for the fifth consecutive month.Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, has seen gloom over its outlook increase over recent months.The economy contracted slightly in the April-June period and is considered likely to shrink again in the current quarter, which would put it in a technical recession.The Associated Press read more

10 PLAYERS ENOUGH PGE Vive Kielce easily beat Gornik Zabrze

PGE Vive Kielce beat Gornik Zabrze 32:23 in the first home match in the new season. Only 10 players (due several injuries) in the squad of Polish champions has been enough for Talant Dujshebaev to secure routine win. PGE VIVE Kielce – NMC Górnik Zabrze 32:23 (14:9)VIVE: Cupara (11/29 saves), Ivić (3/8 saves) – Dujshebaev 5, Fernandez Perez 5, Jachlewski 5, Janc 5/1, Lijewski 5, Moryto 4/1, Karalek 3, AguinagaldeGórnik: Kornecki (5/31 – 16 proc.), Kazimier (2/8 – 25 proc.) – Sluijters 4/2, Daćko 3, Gluch 3, Bąk 2, Gliński 2, Gromyko 2, Tatarincew 2, Tomczak 2, Buszkow 1, Czuwara 1, Gogola 1, Adamuszek, Pawelec ← Previous Story SG Flensburg beat THW Kiel for perfect season intro! Next Story → Tobias Karlsson to end career in “rainbow shoes” NMC Górnik ZabrzePGE Vive Kielce read more