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Fed's Guynn Suggests Higher Interest Rates

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http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=100...=top_world_news

Guynn's comments echoed St. Louis Fed President William Poole, who said yesterday that slower growth alone may not be enough to keep inflation in check. Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and Fed Governor Susan Bies have also said this week that inflation is the committee's main concern. Guynn and Bies vote on rates this year while Poole doesn't.

Who bets the Fed will end the year at 5.75/6.00% and we will be playing catch up later this year?

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...who said yesterday that slower growth alone may not be enough to keep inflation in check...

Thats because its starting to look like stagflation [slow growth and inflation] - I notice the 'S' word has been used several times in the media this last week

70's revival anyone?

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Thats because its starting to look like stagflation [slow growth and inflation] - I notice the 'S' word has been used several times in the media this last week

70's revival anyone?

what happens to savings rates in stagflation?

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