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Death of a myth

21 November 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

The Fed s belief that the US economy had moved onto a higher long term growth track encouraged it after 1997 to keep real interest rates low. Now the Fed has reversed, and lowered its long term output forecast. That should result in higher rates and fewer destructive bubbles.

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