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FED MEMBERS: Our low-interest rate policy may be hurting the economy

It appears there has been a significant shift inside the Federal Reserve. In the minutes for the central bank's Federal Open Markets Committee September meeting, several higher-ups at the Fed hinted that the policy of historically low interest rates was doing more harm than good to the economy. The standard way of thinking of interest rates is that low rates incentivize lending and spending instead of saving.
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