The slower pace of payroll gains in August, together with the big rebound in the labour force, and the more modest increase in wages, would seem to favour a smaller 50bp rate hike from the Fed next month, rather than a 75bp rise. But officials will put far more weight on August’s CPI data, due the week after next.
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