Autoworkers Earning Less Happy to Compete Globally

Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) -- In a break with decades of U.S. auto-union tradition, the prevailing wage paid to new unionized autoworkers is less than that of the average laborer producing items ranging from metal and wood products to food and beverages. Bloomberg's Megan Hughes reports from Orion, Michigan. (Source: Bloomberg)

Did the Fed Miss Its Inflation Target?
24:32 - Barclays Head of Global Inflation-Linked Research Michael Pond examines wage growth and inflation rate. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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