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The Federal Reserve and the U.S. economy

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You may have been hearing a lot lately about the Federal Reserve, better known the “Fed,” and its chairman, Ben Bernanke. You may also already know that the Fed has an influence on interest rates, which in turn influences the economy. But there is more to the Fed than meets the eye, and the reasons behind the interest rate changes may interest you as an investor.

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