The unemployment rate in Germany remained stable in April, as evidenced by the data published by the Federal Labor Agency on Friday. The unemployment rate was 5.3 percent in April, which is the lowest since reunification in 1990. The indicator corresponds to the expectations of economists. In April, the number of unemployed fell by 7,000 compared to 18,000 in March. Economists predicted a decline of 15,000 people. According to the survey of the workforce, the number of unemployed fell by about 16,000 compared to 1.48 million in March. According to Destatis on Friday, the unemployment rate, adjusted for adjustment, was 3.4 percent against 3.5 percent in the previous month.