Investment Insights Trouble with the curve

Should low levels of unemployment lead to increasing wage growth? Despite very low levels of unemployment, wage growth is not rising close to what the Phillips Curve suggest. Why?

20 Jul 2017

It is all too easy to ignore demographics in modern markets. Real time news and daily macroeconomic data demand investors’ attention at every turn. So what role
should plodding structural population trends play in investors’ analytical armoury when shorter-term market sentiment seems to offer the key to performance?

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