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Sean Hyman, editor of two Newsmax newsletters and a Moneynews Insider, expects the Fed to wait until next year to raise interest rates. "I don't think they will" increase rates soon, he told the "America's Forum" program on Newsmax TV. "If they were to increase rates now, that could send the dollar even higher and make their earnings even worse in future quarters, which would take [stocks] down quite a bit." [Full Story]
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