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U.S. | 31 July 2018 Employment Costs are Accelerating, but Slowly... For Now
The most important number, potentially, in today's wave of economic reports is the Employment Costs Index for second quarter.

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31 July 2018 Employment Costs are Accelerating, but Slowly... For Now

By Ian Shepherdson

The most important number, potentially, in today's wave of economic reports is the Employment Costs Index for second quarter.

Posted: 31st Jul 2018 in 'U.S.'

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