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Growing economic momentum will likely carry over into next year, "providing a solid base for sustained good growth and a pickup in underlying inflation," says former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Donald Kohn, now a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. "There are however, some clouds on the horizon that raise doubt about whether conditions will be right for the Fed to be able to lift its policy rate off of zero this year." [Full Story]
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