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Wall Street Worries About the Common Man

WSJ Live 4:22 mins

Investors aren’t heartless, but they usually don’t mind when workers’ pay doesn’t rise quickly. That is because slow wage increases, while painful on an individual level, usually keep corporate profits high and inflation low, creating better opportunities for shareholders. Jim Browning joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.

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