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Rising wages appear to be drawing more workers back into the labor force, with the number of people either working or looking for work up 162,000 per month in the past year, even as the US continues to face the demographic headwind of an aging Baby Boom generation.

Monday Morning Outlook From First Trust January 23, 2017

American Carnage? All of this points to the oldest debate in political and economic history. The debate between wealth creation and redistribution, which is really a debate about whether government or markets control the “commanding heights” of the economy. One reason American politics are so divisive is that government has become so…

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