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U.K. | 17 Feb. 2016 Don't Dwell on December's Disappointing Wage Growth
Today's labour market figures look set to show that wage growth has continued to slow, fuelling speculation that interest rates are going nowhere soon. But a close examination of why wage growth has weakened suggests investors will be surprised by a robust rebound later this year.

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17 Feb. 2016 Don't Dwell on December's Disappointing Wage Growth

By Samuel Tombs

Today's labour market figures look set to show that wage growth has continued to slow, fuelling speculation that interest rates are going nowhere soon. But a close examination of why wage growth has weakened suggests investors will be surprised by a robust rebound later this year.

Posted: 17th Feb 2016 in 'U.K.'

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