PBS NewsHour

Fed Chair: U.S. may be in a different era for workers' wages

Clip: 10/03/2018 | 13m 3s

Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell discusses the state of the economy, bigger changes in the job market and why wages haven’t caught up with other economic trends in a conversation with Judy Woodruff. At the Atlantic Ideas Festival, Powell also explained why he supports “gradually” increasing interest rates and how the strong economy hasn’t reached every American.

Aired: 10/03/18

Rating: NR

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