Pantheon Macroeconomics - The leading wage indicators in the December NFIB survey, released in full yesterday--some of the labor market components appears a few days in advance,
ahead of the official payroll report--all point to a substantial acceleration over the next six-to-nine months. Our first two charts show the NFIB jobs-hard-to-fill number and expected compensation numbers, respectively, compared to the rate of growth of hourly earnings. The message is extremely clear.

U.S. Documents | 13 Jan. 2016 How Fast Can the Fed Allow Wages to Rise?
The leading wage indicators in the December NFIB survey, released in full yesterday--some of the labor market components appears a few days in advance, ahead of the official payroll report--all point to a substantial acceleration over the next six-to-nine months. Our first two charts show the NFIB jobs-hard-to-fill number and expected compensation numbers, respectively, compared to the rate of growth of hourly earnings. The message is extremely clear.

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13 Jan. 2016 How Fast Can the Fed Allow Wages to Rise?

By Ian Shepherdson

The leading wage indicators in the December NFIB survey, released in full yesterday--some of the labor market components appears a few days in advance, ahead of the official payroll report--all point to a substantial acceleration over the next six-to-nine months. Our first two charts show the NFIB jobs-hard-to-fill number and expected compensation numbers, respectively, compared to the rate of growth of hourly earnings. The message is extremely clear.

Posted: 13th Jan 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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