Guggenheim’s Minerd Says U.S. Can Add Jobs Without InflationBy
Manager of $250 billion says unemployment rate can fall more
Fed may let inflation run as high as 3% compared with 2% goal
There’s still a lot of room to grow in the U.S. job market without running short of workers or fueling wage inflation, according to Scott Minerd, who manages $250 billion for Guggenheim Partners.
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