How To Restore Noninflationary Prosperity: Abolish The BLS And The FOMC

We supposedly got more “strong labor market” data this AM—this time in the form of a job openings/unemployment ratio that has remained stubbornly high at just under 1.8.  And compared to the history of the series, which began at the turn of the century, the labor market does look red hot. After all, when there […]
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