U.S. unemployment rate at 4.30%

The current unemployment rate of 4.30% is below the 2007 low of 4.40%. Theoretically, there should be wage inflation at this “low” unemployment rate. But the year over year wage increase is a relatively benign 2.5%. Why would the Fed be in a rush to raise rates?

Chart showing the U.S. unemployment rate.

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