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Interest Rates

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There's a watched pot in the American economy, and it's heating up. Many economists expect the Federal Reserve to start raising interest rates as early as this summer. Join NPR's Neal Conan and guests for a guide to the cost of borrowing cash, and what an interest rate hike could mean for your bottom line.

Guests:

David Wessell
*Deputy Washington bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal

Dean Baker
*Co-director at the Center for Economic and Policy Research

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