Employment cost index
Labor Cost Index Rises 0.7% in Fourth Quarter
“Overall, compensation costs are likely to remain subdued going forward, reflective of a high level of unemployment that will restrain wages."
Consumer ‘Wants’ Push Up Spending in June
Strong discretionary spending signals consumer confidence, rising solidly along with several other key economic indicators.
Cost-of-Employment Increases Wane
Employment costs rose 0.5% in the fourth quarter of 2016, below the level of increases in the prior three quarters.
CFO Daily Roundup of July 31, 2015
A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on July 31, 2015.
Labor Costs Stagnant
The U.S. employment cost index rose just 0.2% in the second quarter, the smallest increase in 33 years.
Labor Costs Up Sharply for 2nd Straight Quarter
Improving wages could prod the Fed to move sooner on interest rates.