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Are major advanced economies on the verge of a wage-price spiral?

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by Frederic Boissay, Fiorella De Fiore, Deniz Igan, Albert Pierres Tejada and Daniel ReesInflation has returned, reaching levels not seen in decades. Whether inflation enters a persistently higher regime will depend on labour market developments, and on whether a wage-price spiral emerges. ...

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by Frederic Boissay, Fiorella De Fiore, Deniz Igan, Albert Pierres Tejada and Daniel Rees
Inflation has returned, reaching levels not seen in decades. Whether inflation enters a persistently higher regime will depend on labour market developments, and on whether a wage-price spiral emerges. ...
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