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17 Oct 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

Inflation ticked up in September and foreign investors have become unreliable, suggesting the Fed should raise rates. Housing is still weakening and could have some way to go, suggesting rates should fall further. The Fed is on the horns of an eversharpening dilemma.

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