U.S.: Are Hot Labor Markets Cooling Off?

If not, further Fed rate hikes may sour Wall Street's new optimism

That steam rising from the economy is coming from the labor markets. They are really cooking. At 4.9%, joblessness is now at a 23-year low. A record percentage of adults have jobs, and real wages are moving up, even at the lower end of the pay scale.

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