The central bank found consumers were generally working more than they’d like and more eager than in recent years to change jobs, which the bank interprets as signs of a strong labour market. Businesses reported labour shortages and supply-chain problems as key obstacles and plan to invest in machinery and equipment to compensate. Both expected to be hit by higher-than-usual inflation, but for it to pass before long. (The Logic)
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