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Janet Yellen is betting she has the formula for fending off deflationary forces. Investors and some of her fellow economists aren’t so sure. The Fed chair says history and theory suggest wages will pick up as the job market tightens, and prices will rise in line with the Fed’s 2 percent target. Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers argues policy makers can’t count on this. [Full Story]
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