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Labor Market Debate Central to Next Federal Reserve Policy Move

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Fri, 29 Aug 2014

Key Points Observers are watching labor market data for clues to the timing of the Federal Reserve’s next interest rate increase. The debate between the “hawks,” who think an improving labor market argues for higher rates, and the “doves,” who still see plenty of slack in the job market, is importa

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