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Backwards signals

25 September 2006 By Martin Hutchinson

When US interest rates are higher for shortterm than longterm debt, a recession is usually in sight. This time it looks different. The Fed has paused. And low longterm rates could get the housing boom going again. That would postpone recession, not bring it on.

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