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Real Wages Fall for the Twenty-First Month as Rent and Food Prices Keep Rising

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Tags Money and BanksU.S. Economy

01/24/2023Ryan McMaken

The Federal Reserve has yet to get price increases anywhere near its own arbitrary 2 percent goal, but a mild slowing in growth rates has Biden claiming that price inflation is "falling."

Original Article: "Real Wages Fall for the Twenty-First Month as Rent and Food Prices Keep Rising"

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Original Article: 
Real Wages Fall for the Twenty-First Month as Rent and Food Prices Keep Rising