May Job Report Hinting at Rate Hikes in 2017

June 2, 2017 Brianna Gilpin

Discouraging results in the May 2017 Employment Situation are leading experts to believe there could be a rate hike in 2017. Unemployment rates were fairly stagnant and though total nonfarm payroll increased, results were well under predictions. Wage growth showed no improvement. 

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