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Crumbling monetary cliff

22 June 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

The U.S. central bank again signaled no hurry to lift interest rates from their current nearzero level. It admitted that inflation had risen, but claimed it would fall again. The rising money supply, however, threatens the ground under the Fed’s sanguine view on prices.

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