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Prepare to alter course

15 July 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

US consumer prices ticked up 0.7% in June, suggesting inflation not deflation is the danger. With negative real interest rates and huge monetary stimulus, the Fed will have to act fast if inflation emerges. Recent data could be blips, but it’s safer to see them as warnings.

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