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12 February 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

Since World War Two, U.S. recessions have come on average every five years. That makes it likely that the United States will be stuck with ultra-low rates when the economy next turns down. This permanent monetary overdrive is bad for savers and the unbalanced global economy.

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