Charts That Count: It’s the US Jobs Market, Stupid

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US average hourly earnings growth remains below 3 per cent per year, but it is now its fastest since the crisis, while core price inflation is also rising. John Authers analyses whether further wage growth would mean that the Federal Reserve will be obliged to lift interest rates, and asks about the effects that higher US rates could have on the rest of the world.

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