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GOLDMAN SACHS: These 14 stocks will crush the market as wages rise

Companies that have the lowest labor costs are poised to outperform, according to Goldman Sachs. The firm has identified 14 companies that are set to beat the market as wages increase. With extra cash on hand thanks to the GOP tax bill, companies are starting to sweeten the pot for their workers. Home Depot became the latest company to do so on Thursday, announcing that it would give hourly associates in the US a one-time cash bonus of up to $1,000.
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