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Fed Cornered With Rate Trajectory As Next Recession Looms

``If the Fed raises rates significantly they will create all sorts of financial catastrophes, including engineering its own insolvency and stoking a recession that they're trying to prevent. But if they don't raise rates then they'll be forced to implement negative interest rates in the next recession.''
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