The Big Economic News The Media Keeps Missing

Published Friday, October 6, 2017 at: 7:00 AM EDT

Seventy-one-year-old Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen, a professor of economics at Harvard and Berkeley for four decades before her appointment to lead the Fed in 2014, admitted at a press conference recently that the persistently low rate of inflation was a mystery. So, it should not be a shock that the financial press is missing the story of the year: Real wages soared yet again in September. The economy is hard to understand and the press is bombarded with distractions. Just look at the headlines today. As this week closed, economic news coverage at major media outlets focused...

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