Fed’s Fischer Says Pay Starts to Respond to Job MarketBy and
Says wage gains edging toward level that suppports inflation
Zero rates unhealthy in theory, means capital not productive
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said low interest rates have helped deliver U.S. labor market gains that are feeding through to higher wages.
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