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31 January 2017 Will Faster Wage Growth Finally Trigger An Acceleration in the ECI?

By Ian Shepherdson

The headline employment cost index has been remarkably dull recently, with three straight 0.6% quarterly increases. The consensus forecast for today's report, for the three months to December, is for the same again.

Posted: 30th Jan 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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