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Wage Growth? Real Hourly Earnings Are Slowing Notably

Real average hourly earnings have risen only once in the last 6 months. January's 0.2% MoM drop is bigger than expected and confirms the first 6-month drop in over a year as wages appear to have stagnated for two years now... But didn't the entire market crap itself at hit wage growth print from the BLS two Fridays ago (that everyone and their cat now knows was due to hours worked adjustme
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