Jobs Give Fed Green Light; Inflation Sets Speed Limit
The July jobs report took another hurdle away from a Federal Reserve rate increase in September. But the path after that is strewn with obstacles.
- 82Miami, "The city the were the sun never sets" or "The Magic City" is full of opportunity. Jobs from Indeed What: Where: jobs by
- 38The Federal Reserve is trying to balance the outlook for jobs and inflation as it considers a rate increase. China’s market turmoil could weigh on its deliberations.
- 38Friday’s jobs numbers were in line with the Federal Reserve’s narrative for how the economy is developing—solid job growth and diminished slack in labor markets but no sign of wage or inflation pressure—keeping a September rate increase a possibility, writes Jon Hilsenrath.