The United Kingdom released the jobs report today, where the ILO unemployment rate for the three months ending in September climbed to 8.3%, the highest record in 15 years, from the previous of 8.1%, worse than expectations of 8.2%.

Moreover, the annual average weekly earnings for the three months ending in September expanded by 2.3% from the revised previous of 2.7% from 2.8%, below expectations of 2.3%.

The claimant count rate lingered at 5.0% in October, yet below expectations of 5.1%, while the jobless claims change rose 5.3 thousands from the revised previous change of 13.4 thousands from 17.5, better than expectations of 21.0 thousands change.