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Sharper fall in wage growth still on the cards

The September JOLTS data suggest that the labour market is loosening at a slightly slower pace, but still point to a sharper fall in wage growth ahead. There is little support for the idea that resilient activity growth in the third quarter will lead to a resurgence in inflationary pressures.

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