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Wage growth slump or wage-price spiral?

Wage growth is a possible source of the “more persistent inflationary pressures” that the Bank of England has said would prompt it to act “forcefully” when raising interest rates. This Update highlights where to look for the early signs of either a softening in wage growth or a strengthening wage-price spiral.

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