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Economists Fear Inflation in Offing

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Economists Fear Inflation in Offing

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Wessel on the Fed

Read David Wessel's Wall Street Journal column.

Economists worry the Federal Reserve may have to raise interest rates by the end of the year to prevent inflation. Prices of food, gasoline, and other consumer products are surging. Their concerns come 10 days after the Fed cut interest rates in a bid to sure up the credit market. David Wessel, economic editor for The Wall Street Journal speaks with Renee Montagne.

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