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Slick finance and oily consumers

16 September 2005 By Edward Hadas

The policy of accommodating high oil prices with loose money has kept demand buoyant but stored up future trouble. America s debt problems are worse; and inflationary risks have increased. The Fed should increase rates sharply to rein in demand.

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