Germany's Unemployment at Record Low

Germany's jobless rate has fallen by 6,000 to 2.7 million, as Europe's biggest economy continues to recover.
The seasonally adjusted figures are at their lowest level since east and west Germany reunited in 1990.
The head of the Federal Labour Office, Frank-Juergen Weise, said strong domestic consumer consumption was helping to drive the downward trend.
A recent survey showed Germans are feeling more optimistic than at any point since October 2001.