What is Wage Push Inflation?

Wage Push Inflation is an economic term used to describe how the cost of goods increase as a result of wage increases.
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
what-is-wage-push-inflation
Latest posts by Forex Source Team (see all)

Wage Push Inflation (also known as cost-push inflation or a wage-price spiral) is an economic term used to describe how the cost of goods increase as a result of wage increases.

For example, if a company increases wages for its staff, this will likely lead to the company increasing the prices of its consumer goods and services in order to maintain their profit levels.

ARTICLE SEARCH

CATEGORIES

TRADE WITH AN EDGE

A Forex Source subscription is just $97 per month. Cancel in two clicks.
*Limited offer. Normally $247.

Leave A Comment Or Ask Us A Question:

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Close Menu
[Malvinas]
[Malvinas]