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The choice

11 September 2007 By Edward Hadas

The Fed pushed down rates in 2001 to fight off retail deflation. The result was asset price inflation. Now it faces asset price deflation. Cheaper assets would get all prices back into balance. But wage hikes sound a lot less politically painful than foreclosures.

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