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June Jobs Preview: What to Expect in the June Jobs Report
The job market has been looking much more normal in recent months, although it is still arguably creating jobs at a faster rate than can be sustained over any substantial period. Wage growth has slowed markedly from its pace at the start of 2022. The recent pace of wage growth, as measured by the Average Hourly Earnings series, is only slightly higher than what we saw in 2018-2019. If this story continues with the June data, the Fed should be getting to the point where it can declare victory ove

Dean Baker / July 06, 2023

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CEPR Sanctions Watch June 2023
Sanctions Watch June 2023: Hunger rises in Afghanistan; Caribbean leaders call for Cuba sanctions lifting; Indirect talks raise hope for Iran sanctions relief; North Korea tests missiles due to US-South Korea exercises; EU unveils 11th Russia sanctions; Concerns over Syria crisis, Venezuela strategy, and impact of sanctions voiced by commentators.

Michael Galant / June 30, 2023

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Latin America and the Caribbean

US Foreign Policy

Haiti News Round-up: Calls for Foreign Intervention Continue
Following up on the previous round-up’s lead story, no official agreement was reached between stakeholders at the Kingston meeting earlier this month. Competing visions for Haiti’s future were put forward by the de facto government and its allies in the December 21 accord on the one hand, and by leaders from civil society and the political opposition on the other.

Chris François and Jake Johnston / June 28, 2023