What Pay Raises Beating Inflation May Mean for the Economy | WSJ Your Money Briefing

Americans’ hourly wages rose an average of 4% in June, outpacing the current 3% rate of inflation.

WSJ economics reporter Amara Omeokwe joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss why that doesn’t necessarily mean more spending power for consumers.

0:00 Wage growth ahead of inflation
0:55 Changes in wage growth
1:27 The labor market
2:30 Why prices are still rising
4:12 Wage gains and potential recession

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